Government grants are awards of financial assistance to an individual and/or organization. Grants are used to carry out a government designated purpose, and are not provided as personal benefits or assistance.
Some grants may be limited to certain groups, public bodies and private nonprofit corporations, States, counties, cities, townships, and incorporated towns and villages, boroughs, authorities, districts and Indian tribes.
Grants may be available to Individuals who meet the requirements that are listed in the grant, and may be citizens or permanent residents of the United States, or holders of an approved Visa.
Grants from the National Endowment for the Arts are often called Fellowships.
Grants usally have a closing cut-off date for applications to be submitted.
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Benefit Programs are how the government provides assistance that serve various important purposes, such as job training, nutritional assistance, education, health care and other needs.
In order to receive government assistance you must complete an application and meet specific eligibility requirements as outlined by each program.
Not all assistance programs provide cash payments. Assistance programs that provide payments may have conditions and limitations.