Grants And Loans
For All Your Veteran Benefits Questions: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs can be reached at 800-827-1000, or online.Your Very Own Advocate: The Washington Department of Veterans Affairs ranks among the nation’s leaders in the satisfaction of veterans claims submitted to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. For more information contact Washington Department of Veterans Affairs, 505 E. Union #150/ P.O. Box 41155, Olympia, WA 98504; 360-586-1070; 800-562-2308.
Called the Mortgage Insurance – Housing In Older, Declining Areas and referred to as Program #14.123 in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, this program helps in the purchase or rehabilitation of housing in older, declining urban areas. Contact your local office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
know a lot of guys who hang around bars who can qualify for this money given out by the Pennsylvania Council of Arts Fellowship program! Last year they also gave out money to writers, filmmakers, poets and even highland dancers.
can be available from your local dental school. When I lived close to a school I used to use dental schools programs all the time. You get a student to work on you but they are senior students working under the watchful eye of a professor. Most importantly you get the latest in technology rather than old technology you may encounter in an established office. You can save a bundle. Find your nearest dental school
When the average person hears the drumbeat that the budget has a $500 billion dollars deficit, they can only think of how, if in their own personal budget was this much in debt, they would never think of spending more money, no matter how good the idea was . But the House of Representatives just approved of an extra $6.7 billion for an additional 13 weeks of unemployment benefits. So if you’re one of the millions about to run out of unemployment benefits, get off the couch and investigate this new free money. Contact your Congressperson or Senator to see what the status is of that legislation called HR 3030
Treatment prevention professionals, social workers, community organizers and more are eligible to apply for this money from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Or, if you are a senior having trouble paying for your Viaga or any other prescription drug, you don’t have to worry about how much in premiums you are going to pay for in the new Medicare Prescription drug program that only pays a portion of your drugs costs anyway, and doesn’t even start until 2006. There are current programs at state governments and even from the drug companies themselves where you can be making up to $40,000 a year, at any age, and get all of your prescription drugs for free right now.
or any other kind of renewable energy project can that can benefit a small town.
The Neighborhood Gold Down-payment Assistance Program helps families purchase a home in the neighborhood of their choice with no money down. Neighborhood Gold works with The Buyers Fund, Inc., a non-profit organization, to provide prospective homeowners with gift money to cover down-payment requirements and closing costs. To receive a grant, a buyer should work with a lender to obtain a mortgage that allows for down-payments to be made in the form of a charitable gift. If a buyer is approved for a loan, he or she can receive Neighborhood Gold gift funds, regardless of income level. The mortgage professional fills out the grant application, and will receive a gift letter from the fund within ONE HOUR. Neighborhood Gold has local representatives who can offer assistance in the application process and answer any questions before, during and after the home-buying process. As part of the grant, Neighborhood Gold offers a Mortgage Payment Protection Plan, which covers up to six months of payments and may make it easier for a program participant to obtain mortgage financing for the applicant’s home of choice. Like most down-payment assistance programs, the seller must agree to pay to Neighborhood Gold a service fee equal to the grant amount plus a percentage rate of home price determined by location. For more information contact:
CampusRN, the leading employment website for nursing/allied health care students, and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) have partnered to offer this new scholarship program for students pursuing professional nursing education programs. Established in April 2003, this scholarship program supports students who are seeking a baccalaureate, master’s or doctoral degree in nursing. Special consideration will be given to students who are enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program with the goal of pursuing a nursing faculty career, completing an RN to baccalaureate program (BSN), or enrolled in an accelerated baccalaureate or master’s degree nursing program. Applications are only accepted by e-mail. To apply, download the application from
Almost all drug companies offer drugs for free to those that cannot afford them. Each company has a different application procedure, and your doctor must sign a form. The medications are then shipped to your doctor for you. This could relieve you of your high prescription drug costs, so it is worth the effort. Look online for the drug company’s program, then fill out the application. Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association, 1100 Fifteenth St., NW, Washington, DC 20005; 202-835-3400
this is what the Big Bark Bakery received from the Texas state government to help increase their business. The money can be used for marketing and even cash flow. Now who says the government has no grants for business? Take a look at the GO TEXAN Partner Program
Residents of Bensalem Township may be eligible to receive a loan to repair, improve or rehabilitate their home. The Bensalem Township Housing Program is open to all township residents who own and occupy a single-family home. Multi-family structures and rental units are not eligible. Maximum household limits apply. To be eligible, the gross annual income of a household of four cannot exceed $37,000.
by taking a 4 week, 3 hours per week course for as little as $18. That’s what’s offered by the Nevada Microenterprise Initiative. It’s designed for new business owners who are thinking about going into business. It can cover topics like entrepreneurship, time management, conducting a market study, costs for starting a business and creating your 30-second commercial. Look for similar courses in your state by contacting your lead Small Business Development Centers office in your state.
check with your local county government. Many local officials have grant money to help with problems like this. Hennepin County in Minnesota offers its residents help
Grants of up to $250,000 are available to individuals for achievement in improving the world food supply. Giving is both national and international. Contact: World Food Prize Foundation, 666 Grand Ave., Ste. 1700, Des Moines, IA 50309; (515) 245-3783; Fax: (515) 245-3785
that’s what’s offered in New York state for child care workers or owners of child care facilites.
The First Hand Foundation offers grants to help families of children with health problems. Contact: First Hand Foundation, 2800 Rockcreek Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64117; 816-201-1569
A lot of students complain to me that they have a hard time finding more for graduate school. Well this certainly looks like a growth industry and the government is willing to pay for you to get into it. The program is called Department of Homeland Security Scholars.
Help your school, your church, or your local tutoring service by getting free surplus computers from the government.
Hosanna Industries construction program provides housing services to needy homeowners. They repair and rehabilitate the homes of low-income persons living in deteriorating housing in Pennsylvania. Contact Hosanna Industries
Through WIC and the Seniors Farmers’ Market Nutrition Programs, let the USDA bring you customers you might not otherwise reach. Simply apply to become an authorized vendor, and let the government do the rest. Coupons will be distributed to seniors and WIC recipients that you can then redeem for cash. To find out how you can start making more money, contact the USDA Food and Nutrition Service.
Called Opportunities for Youth-Youth Build Program and referred to ca Program #14.243 in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance, this program provides funding assistance for a wide range of multi-disciplinary activities and services to assist economically disadvantaged youth. The opportunities are designed to help disadvantaged young adults who have dropped out of high school to obtain the education and employment skills necessary to achieve economic self-efficiency and develop leadership skills and a commitment to community development in low income communities. Another important objective of the Youth Build program is to expand the supply of permanent affordable housing for homeless persons and members of low income and very low income families. By giving disadvantaged young adults participating in the program meaningful on-site training experiences constructing or rehabilitating housing as a community service, they are helping to meet the housing needs of homeless and low income families in their community. Contact your local office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
The Veterans Affairs has CHAMPVA as health insurance coverage for survivors of veterans killed in service or for families of disabled veterans, although there is a concern that it does not cover everything, including dental and vision for dependents. CHAMPVA can be contacted at 800-733-8387 Earn Up To $52,800 and Get Low Cost Health Insurance: Healthy Kids Now is the child health insurance program run by the state of Washington. There is an income eligibility requirement that needs to be met, but it offers complete medical, dental and vision coverage. To learn more call 877-KIDS-Now or go online at Maximum monthly income can be over $4,400 to qualify.Local Health Care Options: Kitsap County Health District offers health care services at various locations throughout the county. For more information on location, hours, and services contact the Parent Child Health Line at 360-337-4821
(14.188) Housing Finance Agencies Risk Sharing