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The federal government gives away approximately 400 billion dollars in free federal grants every year. Free federal grants range from $500.00 to $50,000.00 and the best thing is that they do not have to be paid back ever! There are currently over 1,400 Federal Grant Programs, 24,000 State Grant Programs, 30,000 Private Foundations & 20,000 Scholarship Programs. So finding one should be simple right? On the contrary receiving a U. S. government grant will take a considerable amount of effort and time on your part.

With thousands of free federal grants to choose from you must first decide what you think you need a grant for and then do some research to see if any are available for that purpose. I strongly recommend beginning your search for free federal grants at the government's own Grants. gov website. Online you will be able to view grant opportunities from all federal agencies. The site offers a free sign up for notification of future grant opportunities and as an added bonus has an automated application and approval process.

Another site you can also have a look at is the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance or the CFDA. The CFDA provides a listing of free federal grants and other types of financial assistance. Grant information is available by category, topic and key words. Eligibility requirements are listed for all free federal grants to determine if you qualify for them.

The internet will save you loads of time searching for free federal grants. Be careful though when doing your research. There have been plenty of fraud cases where people are promised free money just for an application. If you come across a website promising to help you find free federal grants make sure to look and see if they back their product with a money back guarantee or free trial period. Any reputable business will have no problem doing this. If they don't move on.

After you have identified the free federal grant you wish to apply for you must provide the funding agency with an elaborate and accurate grant proposal. The proposal must clearly state your goals and intentions for the grant. The more information you supply the better chances your proposal will be accepted, and you will be awarded the free federal grant you applied for.

Keep in mind, not all free federal grants are available throughout the year. That means as an applicant you need to be aware of any deadlines for the free federal grants you are interested in obtaining. This information is made available to the public when the government agency supplying the grant makes an announcement of funds in the Federal Register. The Federal Register is published daily.

If you wish to learn more about free federal grants that may be available check out Grant Sources.com

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