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The Community Development Grant or CDBG is one of the oldest funding programs of the United States government. The grant is awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and is meant to provide affordable housing and fund anti-poverty programs in all states of America. The program started in 1974 and became one […]
Nowadays there are many Corporate Grants that companies can take advantage of, however, the most admirable ones are that of the Corporate Grants that are awarded by Gilead. This company aims to discover, develop and commercialize new innovative medicines. To reach this goal they also award several Corporate Grants to healthcare organizations and charities. The […]
The Program Development Grant is pretty popular among charities, simply because this type of grant provides funds for all types of projects and activities. Since a charity does not have its own source of income and relies mainly on donations, this type of grant can really make a difference to them. The Program Development Grant […]
Not everybody is born with a silver spoon in the mouth. There are plenty of students out there who deserve to go to college, but fall back in terms of financial means. Some students get loans, and spend quite a long time repaying these loans. However, the government provides remedies to students. These remedies are […]
Last month we covered the vast amount of grants for families with low-income. Today I wanted to talk about the Head Start Grant which has been around since 1965 and is still going strong. This grant was originally an eight-week summer program, organized by a pediatrician and psychology professor of the Johns Hopkins University and […]