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The US Federal Government has 600 government grants available to individuals and organizations. These grants can be found at

Who is Eligible for a National Federal Grant?

Those eligible to receive government grants fall into several categories:

Government Organizations

State, local, city, township, special districts and Native American tribal governments.

Educational Organizations

Independent school districts and public, state controlled or private institutions of higher education.

Public Housing Organizations

Public housing and Indian housing authorities.

Non-Profit Organizations

Non-profit organizations with or without 501(c)(3) status, but not institutions of higher education.

For-Profit Organizations

Small Businesses

Small business loans and grants are available to businesses which meet the size standards set by the Small Business Administration (SBA).


Individuals can apply for Federal grants which are available to only to individuals, not any kind of an organization.

Search the 600 Free Government Grants

You can search for a grant at without being registered. Federal grants are searchable by

  • keyword
  • category
  • agency
  • Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number

Get Email Notification of New Grants

You can also sign up to get email notifications about a type of grant you are looking for. When new ones become available, you will be notified.

Types of Free Federal Government Grant Money

There are many types of government grants. Some of them are:

  • Small Business Government Grant

  • Non Profit Grant

  • Government Education Student Grant

  • Government Business Grant

  • Home Grant

  • Individual Personal Grant

  • Farm Grant

  • College Scholarship Grant

  • Law Enforcement Grant

  • Government Housing Grant

  • Hospital Grant

  • Technology Grant

  • Nursing Grant

  • Teacher Grant

  • Art Grant

How to Apply

Grant applications can be downloaded directly from using Adobe Reader (a free program). That way, you can fill them out as you gather information. The application can then be made online. Applications can be tracked easily on the site.

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