Federal Grants

The FederalGrants.com mission is to inform the general public about federal grants offered by the United States government. We strive to provide accurate information on how to find and qualify for a grant, how to apply for a grant, and how to proceed once you are approved. The Federal Grant search engine allows access to the requirements, deadlines, and details of over 60,000 past and current grants from 500+ different federal agencies.

Find a Federal Grant
Utilize our Grant Search to search for federal grants by keyword or by Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number. You can also browse Federal Grants based on the Government Agency or the Specific Grant Category.
What are Federal Grants?
There is a multitude of misinformation and misunderstanding about federal grants on the internet and on television.  It is extremely important to fully understand what government grants are before you spend valuable time and money searching for grant sources or looking for a grant writer. Read More >>
Federal Grants for Women
Simply being a woman doesn't ensure you will qualify for a federal grant.  There are many more qualifications needed, including having a business or non-profit organization geared towards helping women and an established track record of service. Read More >>
Federal Housing Grants
Up to $1 billion in housing grants are available through HUD.  Communities in need of help to spur economic growth and development may qualify for HUD grants.  Individuals are typically not granted assistance, however help may be available through local government and organizations. Read More >>
Federal Grants for Small Businesses
The U.S. Government does not generally award federal grants to private for-profit small businesses.  Typically only non-profit agencies benefit from these grants.  There are some exceptions, so researching thoroughly what options are available is the first step towards securing a grant for your small business. Read More >>
Federal Pell Grant
Pell Grants are awarded directly to college students who meet the established criteria.  The purpose of the Federal Pell Grant program is to promote access to postsecondary education for low-income citizens.  The amount awarded is based on the individual's financial need. Read More >>
How to Apply for a Federal Grant
Applying for a federal grant can often be the most daunting task of all.  Before beginning this process many steps are necessary, including ensuring your readiness, making sure you meet all of the qualifications, and planning the writing process. Read More >>
How to Find, Evaluate, and Hire a Grant Writer
Writing your grant request takes not only practice but knowledge of the process.  Often times finding a grant writer is more beneficial to organizations than attempting to write the grant yourself.  Referrals, references, and research are all important steps to ensuring you find a capable grant writer. Read More >>
The Truth About Free Federal Grants
We debunk the "free grant" myth you hear on late night TV commericals.  The truth about free federal grants is there are no free federal grants!  The United States government doesn't give away free grant money for individuals to buy a home or pay bills,so don't worry, you're not missing out. Read More >>
Real World Grant Writing Example
With so many different types of government grants, each with varying requirements and processes, a real-world grant writing example is helpful.  To aid you in the process, we explore the nine most common sections in a well-written grant proposal. You'll be well on your way in applying for your grant. Read More >>
Latest Federal Grants as of July 24th, 2024
Request for Information (RFI): Strengthening the capacity of Lebanese Higher Education Institutions
The United States Government (USG) represented by the Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission in Lebanon, posts this Request for Information (RFI) to inform an upcoming Higher Education activity designed to
U.S. Embassy New Zealand, PD, United States/New Zealand, 150 years of Scientific Collaboration Small Grants Program
The U.S. Embassy New Zealand, Public Diplomacy (PD) Section of the U.S. Department of State honors the 150th anniversary of United States – New Zealand scientific collaboration and announces an open competition for
STEM Program 2024
A. PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONThe U.S. Embassy Algiers / Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State announces an open competition for organizations to submit applications to carry out a STEM
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Research and Development for European Frogbit Herbicide Control
The following objective summarizes the work for a maximum of three (3) unique, stand-alone projects. Over the life of the cooperative agreement (3 years), it is anticipated that 3 projects would be completed. Objective
Identifying and Bridging Data Gaps for Managing Aquatic Invasive and Nuisance Fauna
Year one (1) will establish the initial structure of the project and includes tasks that support the following objectives. If funded, years two (2), three (3), four (4), and five (5) would continue to expand major
Integrated Training Area Management Support of the Devens Reserve Forces Training Area
Project Title: Integrated Training Area Management Support of the Devens Reserve Forces Training Area A cooperative agreement is being offered ONLY to members of the Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units (CESU) Program
The Road to Prevention of Stillbirth Data Coordinating Center (UM2 Clinical Trial Not Allowed)
This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) invites applications to participate as the Data Coordinating Center (DCC) for the Stillbirth Research Consortium. The DCC will assist the work of the research projects funded in

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