Reference: Resources for Grantseekers (Updated CRS Report)
Recently, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) released an updated version of their “Resources for Grantseekers” report.
From the Document:
This report describes key sources of information on government and private funding, and outlines eligibility for federal grants. Federal grants are intended to accomplish public purposes through projects benefiting states and communities. Individuals may be eligible for other kinds of benefits or assistance, and small businesses or students may be eligible for loans.
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