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Some people get frustrated because they search all over the web looking for a single application they can simply fill out and receive grant money for whatever it is that they need. It definitely is not that simple! You can understand more about grants and where they come from in this article about the [[u.s.government_grant_department|U.S. Government Grant Department]] (no, there isn’t one…). And, discover which types of grants you are likely to be able to get as an individual in [[personal_grants|Personal Grants]]. Some people get frustrated because they search all over the web looking for a single application they can simply fill out and receive grant money for whatever it is that they need. It definitely is not that simple! You can understand more about grants and where they come from in this article about the [[u.s.government_grant_department|U.S. Government Grant Department]] (no, there isn’t one…). And, discover which types of grants you are likely to be able to get as an individual in [[personal_grants|Personal Grants]].
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 +Naturally the biggest provider of grants and other assistance program is the federal government --- to the tune of more than $1 trillion every year. It can be confusing trying to sort it out but we explain a lot in [[government_benefits|Government Benefits]]. Find out where all that money goes and what you might be eligible for -- including special tips for seniors, veterans and more in [[government_benefits|Government Benefits]]. And get a quick course about the most important things to know about grants -- it's quick and easy in the [[top_ten_things_you_should_know_about_grants|Top Ten Things to Know About Grants]].
Of course you can use Google to look for grants just like you search for anything else. Just be sure to be specific in your search terms about the type of grant you're looking for or what your organization will dow with the funds (e.g. offer shelter for the homeless, start an after school program etc.). Google can also be a direct source of a grant if you are a nonprofit. If you complete their application and qualify your nonprofit could receive thousands of dollars worth of monthly Adwords advertising courtesy of Google. You could use these ads to look for volunteers, donors, clients or assistance for specific projects. Of course you can use Google to look for grants just like you search for anything else. Just be sure to be specific in your search terms about the type of grant you're looking for or what your organization will dow with the funds (e.g. offer shelter for the homeless, start an after school program etc.). Google can also be a direct source of a grant if you are a nonprofit. If you complete their application and qualify your nonprofit could receive thousands of dollars worth of monthly Adwords advertising courtesy of Google. You could use these ads to look for volunteers, donors, clients or assistance for specific projects.
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