Grants And Loans
States have programs to pay for Medicare Part B premiums when you cannot afford them. Contact your local Medicare office to see if you qualify to receive these funds. Contact Medicare at 800-622-4932
Does your mom need Meals on Wheels? Is she having trouble paying her bills? Does she need a new roof on the house? How about some extra spending money? Does Grandma need free legal help to divorce Grandpa? Does she want to know what programs exist for seniors? Answers to all these questions and more can be found by contacting the Eldercare Hotline at 800-677-1116. They can hook up seniors with all the resources available to them, and all it takes is a phone call.
Georgia provides a voluntary statewide pre-kindergarten program for four-year-olds. The purpose of the program is to provide full day, five days per week, 36 weeks a year program to eligible four-year-olds. The Office of School Readiness provides centers with assistance through money for start-up and monthly payments, training and other resources. Office of School Readiness, 10 Park Place South, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30303; 404-656-5957; 1-888-4GA-PREK; Fax: 404-651-7430.
to train for better jobs while their other half is serving our country. See if your area has this money by contacting your local one-stop labor information center at your state capitol.
because small arts groups are having cash flow trouble in this tight economic climate, there are now easy loans being offered by some non-profits to help make ends meet.Find similar groups in your area by contacting your state department of arts and humanities located in your state capital.
……… .this is what small businesses in Pennsylvania are eligible for if they know about the program called Quality Connections. Check out what your state may offer to small businesses to get wired by contacting your state office of economic development at your state capital.
if you are one of the 115,000 taxpayers whose advance child care tax credit check was returned as undeliverable. They are sitting on over $118 million. It’s easy to see if there is a check waiting for you.
through a number of programs offered by U.S. Department of Agriculture for people who have low or moderate incomes.
or you can get $10,000 to study for just one semester or about $5,000 to study during the summer. And remember the government cannot discriminate because of age. Wouldn’t you like to take a summer off and study overseas.
If you are over 18 years of age you can work for free at the White House for 90 days as an intern. I’m sure it’s different under this administration than the last one. But what an experience at any age. Fill out an application and see if you make it.
or $15,000 to fix up an old house or office. These are grants offered by the state of Vermont so they preserve the history of the state. See http://www.dhca.state.vt.us/DHP/financial/grants.html. If you have an old house or structure check what your state has to offer in the way of grants and other help.
the state of Florida has a bunch of money to train you to become a teacher no matter what your age or what your degree is in.
The Lesko’s went on an archeological dig in Alaska and and you can too! Passport in Time is a volunteer archaeology and historic preservation program of the USDA Forest Service. You work with professionals on projects including archaeological excavation, rock art restoration, gathering oral histories, and more. Volunteers have helped stabilize ancient cliff dwellings in New Mexico, excavate a 10,000-year-old village site in Minnesota, restore a historic lookout tower in Oregon, clean vandalized rock art in Colorado, survey for sites in a rugged Montana wilderness, and excavate a 19th-century Chinese mining site in Hell’s Canyon, Idaho. You need to get to the site, but once there many offer free or cheap housing and meal options. To take advantage of this government opportunity contact: Passport in Time Clearinghouse, P.O. Box 31315, Tucson, AZ 85751; 800-281-9176
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development sometimes needs to sell multifamily housing projects that are owned by the Department or are subject to a mortgage held by the Department. The property can also be sold with a grant for the rehabilitation of the property if the new owners meet certain requirements. See Program #14.199 Multifamily Property Disposition at Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Housing, Multifamily Housing Programs, Office of Asset Management, Room 6160, 451 7th Street, SW., Washington, DC 20410; 202-708-0614, extension 2680