Non Profits

800 For Your Security Deposit

Several states and more and more local organizations and even non-profits provide money for renters with grants or loans that can be used for security deposits. Programs constantly come and go but the state of Delaware has provided grants to nonprofit agencies to administer 2 security deposit programs. Two counties in Florida provide grants to cover deposits for people at certain incomes, and New Hampshire guarantees landlords the full amount so the renter can make payments on a security deposit. This information was collected from NLIHC, 1012 Fourteenth Street NW, Suite 610, Washington, D.C. 20005, 202/662-1530. To locate available programs in your area contact your state housing office or social services office, or your local reference librarian who can assist you in finding other organizations who might provide this assistance.

Visit: www.nlihc.org

15000 People A Month Get Grants For Down Payments

There are a number of non-profit organizations that provide grants to homeowners to pay for down payments and closing costs for buying a new home. These grants normally range from 2% to 5% of the purchase price of the home. These non-profits obtain their money from mortgage lenders and sellers. Housing regulations prevent sellers or lenders to give down payment money directly to buyers. More than 15,000 buyers a month receive grants through this program. To learn more about how this gift-assisted sale works, contact the national association of these organizations called Homeownership Alliance of Nonprofit Down Payment Providers, at 301-941-1907

Visit: www.downpaymentalliance.org

Women Can Get 5000 To Open A Business

in New Mexico. That is what a non-profit organization called Women’s Economic Self-Sufficiency Team (www.wesst.org/) provides if you are interested in moving to a nicer climate. It’s money set aside for women who can’t get money elsewhere. But this does not mean this is the only place to get money. Check non-profits in your area for similar programs.

Visit: (www.wesst.org/)

15000 People A Month Get Grants For Down Payments

There are a number of non-profit organizations that provide grants to homeowners to pay for down payments and closing costs for buying a new home. These grants normally range from 2% to 5% of the purchase price of the home. These non-profits obtain their money from mortgage lenders and sellers. Housing regulations prevent sellers or lenders to give down payment money directly to buyers. More than 15,000 buyers a month receive grants through this program. To learn more about how this gift-assisted sale works, contact the national association of these organizations called Homeownership Alliance of Nonprofit Down Payment Providers, at 301-941-1907, or web.

Visit: www.downpaymentalliance.org

50000 Grant To Help People Who Need Jobs

The Able Trust give grants to non-profits and individuals who help people with disabilities get jobs including, including on-the-job coaching, supported employment, job skills-training, job development, employer outreach, ADA facility compliance, skills evaluation and programs leading to employment.

Visit: www.abletrust.org/links/agency_listings.shtml

Your City and County Governments

Local development groups, national and local non-profits and countless other non-governmental organizations offer free money, low interest loans and free services to entrepreneurs. We have even identified 150 such groups that offer money just to entrepreneurs that have no money. These can be the most difficult to find. Look at this database of non-profits that help entrepreneurs But don’t stop there. There are thousands more. Check your local library to see if they can help.

Visit: www.microenterpriseworks.org/nearyou/

An Extra 25000 For Your Arts Group

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.

Visit: www.govengine.com