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 +**UPdate August 2019**
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 +Sometimes states use block grants they get from the federal government to provide funds to individuals in need of help to get a car. So it’s worth checking your state’s website regularly and searching for grants. It is also useful to contact your nearest Human Services Agency. They can often provide information about local resources for care grants, what it takes to be eligible, how to apply, and any important deadlines. Don’t give up! And also be sure to check out this article about How To Make Extra Money and see if you can find some ways that work for you to increase your cash flow to help pay for gas and insurance once you have that car….
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 +**News February 2019**
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 +Have you heard of "Canvas"? It's basically a car lending service and it looks pretty easy, flexible and reasonably priced. For some it is an alternative to buying and owning a car, to others it's a great way to get a car for a short period of time without spending a fortune. You are eligible to get a car if you are at least 21 years old, have a driver's license, a clean driving record and good credit
 +When you're done with the car you can pay for a longer term or you can just return it. Definitely worth looking into if you need a car to get to work, to get your family around, seek health care etc.
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In addition to going after a car through the organizations described above there are also ways that you can try to get more money. Even if you can't put together enough to buy a car you might be better able to pay off some debt and qualify for a low interest loan. You can find some useful suggestions and maybe inspiration in our review of [[free_money_2015|Free Money 2015]]. It  reviews lots of different ways you can help yourself financially. There's also a discussion of some of the top crowdfunding sites for individuals that need help and how you can use them. Definitely check it out if you're new to the crowdfunding concept. In addition to going after a car through the organizations described above there are also ways that you can try to get more money. Even if you can't put together enough to buy a car you might be better able to pay off some debt and qualify for a low interest loan. You can find some useful suggestions and maybe inspiration in our review of [[free_money_2015|Free Money 2015]]. It  reviews lots of different ways you can help yourself financially. There's also a discussion of some of the top crowdfunding sites for individuals that need help and how you can use them. Definitely check it out if you're new to the crowdfunding concept.
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