We read nearly every day about the government spending,
but many of us don't realize that we might be eligible to receive some
of the money the government gives away every year. There are thousands
of grant programs for established businesses and newcomers. Whether it's
to develop a new invention, continue or change your career path through
education, work at your artistic vocation or simply to obtain help with
living expenses, there are numerous sources out there for you to tap.
But how to identify them? This is the bigger stumbling
block to those that even think they might qualify for government funds
in some way. But the key to obtaining grant money is not a big secret.
Generally, if you are an organized, detail-oriented person who can follow
instructions. Chances are you could qualify for a grant.
There is even a bimonthly magazine you can subscribe
to called Humanities, which is published by the National Endowment
for the Humanities, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Rm. 410, Washington,
DC, 20506, phone number (202) 606-8443. This publication features listings
of recent grants by Discipline, a calendar detailing application grant
deadlines and guide sections for those who are thinking of applying for
a National Endowment of the Humanities grant -- and there are many! This
magazine can give you tips to help you qualify!
Grant money can provide you with the independence you
need to start your own business or launch you on a new career destination.
These dollars can help you acquire schooling you've either lacked or need
to change course.
All it takes is organization skill, the ability to
write a proper grant proposal and knowing who to write to for applications.
This booklet will be your guide and can improve your chances of securing
grant money dramatically!