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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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 +**Update June 2019**
 +It's back to school time folks and you may be struggling to deal with expenses, whether you're a parent or a teacher (or both!). Some useful tips for this time of year can be found in [[grants_for_kids|Gants for Kids]],[[grants_for_teachers|Grants for Teachers]], and [[assistance_for_child_care|Assistance for Child Care]]. And if you're looking for a way to get some cash out of your home (without selling it!) go right now and take a look at the new replacement programs for the now defunct HARP program at [[assistance_for_harp_program_eligibility|Assistance for Harp Eligibility]].
**Update July 2017** **Update July 2017**
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Your state is also a good resource, and many states award grants in wide range of programs. Texas, California, Florida, Illinois and New York are big in that regard as in everything else -- see our state-specific articles on [[grants_in_california|Grants in California]], [[Grants in New York]], [[Grants In Florida]], [[grants_in_illinois|Grants in Illinois]] and [[Grants In Texas]] to learn more about opportunities for residents of that state. Your state is also a good resource, and many states award grants in wide range of programs. Texas, California, Florida, Illinois and New York are big in that regard as in everything else -- see our state-specific articles on [[grants_in_california|Grants in California]], [[Grants in New York]], [[Grants In Florida]], [[grants_in_illinois|Grants in Illinois]] and [[Grants In Texas]] to learn more about opportunities for residents of that state.
-**Attention Famers and Would-be Farmers**: If you're dreaming of starting a farm or you need some help improving or growing the one you have, go now to our recent article about [[Grants For Farms]] to get great advice on finding and getting grants and loans!+**Attention Farmers and Would-be Farmers**: If you're dreaming of starting a farm or you need some help improving or growing the one you have, go now to our recent article about [[Grants For Farms]] to get great advice on finding and getting grants and loans!
**Firefighters  too!** **Firefighters  too!**
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