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A Short Summary of The GAGP Grants (Government Aid Grant Program), What is a grant? A grant is a way the government funds your ideas and projects to provide public services and stimulate the economy. Grants support critical recovery initiatives, innovative research, and many other programs listed in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA). A grant is one of many different forms of federal financial assistance. Federal financial assistance is a broad term to refer to the various ways the government redistributes resources to eligible recipients. On Grants.gov you will find grant and cooperative agreement opportunities from federal agencies that award grants. The Grant Lifecycle The grant process follows a linear lifecycle that includes creating the funding opportunity, applying, making award decisions, and successfully implementing the award. Check out the Grant Lifecycle page to find out what the applicant and the grant-making agency do in the lifecycle.

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Finding Grant Programs
If you are just entering the realm of grants and government funding, it can feel overwhelming trying to find the right program for you or your organization. When considering grants, these programs can be broadly categorized as those awarded by the federal government and those awarded by non-federal entities. Within these two categories are a variety of funding sources and program types.

Federal Grants, Funding & Benefit Programs
To sort through the federal grant programs, the authoritative source is the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA). This catalog lists all of the available funding programs to all levels of government, nonprofit organizations, for-profit businesses, and other eligible entities. Search Grants within udpgovspport.com allows you to search, filter, and apply for specific opportunities to receive funding from one of these programs.

Non-Federal Grant Programs
There are a large number of nonprofit organizations and for-profit businesses that also provide grants or other types of funding assistance.

Note: The information below is not exhaustive, and udpgovspport.com is not affiliated with, nor endorsing, any of these resources. They are provided as a convenience to prospective grant applicants.

The Foundation Center Click to View Exit Disclaimer maintains a comprehensive database on U.S. and global grant-makers and their funding opportunities. It also operates research, education, and training programs designed to advance knowledge of philanthropy at every level.

The Funding Information Network Click to View Exit Disclaimer facilitates access to grant resources and publications to under-resourced entities and populations.

State and regional directories can also be found with some research. Try using the Community Foundation Locator Click to View Exit Disclaimer to find a grant-making foundation in your region. You may also use your preferred web search engine to find your state’s grant or foundation directory. Local libraries may have access to subscription-based search engines or the Foundation Center Cooperating Collections, so visit your library to work with them for assistance.

Who is Eligible?

Who is Eligible? Determining whether you are eligible to apply for and receive a federal grant is very important.

If you are not legally eligible for a specific funding opportunity, you would waste a lot of time and money completing the application process when you cannot actually receive the grant. When considering eligibility, the first step is to know what type of organization you represent (or whether you are applying as an individual).

If you already know whether you will apply on behalf of your organization or as an individual, then you are ready to check your eligibility. There are many types of organizations generally eligible to apply for funding opportunities on udpgovspport.com. Each type of organization listed in the categories below is a specific search criterion in Search Grants. Individual applicants are welcome too! Government Organizations State governments County governments City or township governments Special district governments Native American tribal governments (federally recognized)

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