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**Grants** **Grants**
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 +If your child or children are interested in farming, ranching or agriculture you might want to check out the opportunities for grants from the Department of Agriculture. You might be surprised at what they have to offer!  In an effort to attract more and younger people to these vocations they are providing considerable assistants to those interested. For more information and some direction, scroll down to the section that begins "Loans for Kids". Even if you're more interested in grants that don't have to be paid back, these loans could make a big difference in your kid's life.
**grants.gov**:  If you are looking specifically for a grant to help your own or other kids, you really need to be a government agency or an officially classified 501(c)(3) non-profit agency. Most grants come from the federal government and do not go directly to individuals. They are given to state and local agencies and to some non-profits. You can get a big picture idea of some of the competitive grants available by going to grants.gov and doing a keyword search. If you plan to apply to any of the government organizations mentioned below you must be registered with grants.gov so it is worth checking out. (It is also worth checking out our [[domain_discuss:grants.gov|article that explains grants.gov]]). **grants.gov**:  If you are looking specifically for a grant to help your own or other kids, you really need to be a government agency or an officially classified 501(c)(3) non-profit agency. Most grants come from the federal government and do not go directly to individuals. They are given to state and local agencies and to some non-profits. You can get a big picture idea of some of the competitive grants available by going to grants.gov and doing a keyword search. If you plan to apply to any of the government organizations mentioned below you must be registered with grants.gov so it is worth checking out. (It is also worth checking out our [[domain_discuss:grants.gov|article that explains grants.gov]]).
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