Grants For Single Mothers
by: Kelly Kennedy
If you are a single mom and struggling to get by, you are not alone. Whether you are going through a divorce or the father is absent most single mother face the burden of supporting themselves and their children all on one income.
- Only fifteen percent of women going through a divorce are awarded any form of court-ordered spousal support.
- Thirty-four percent of those women never receive what is due to them.
- Less than half of the women who claim child support ever receive the full amount.
- Within the first year of divorce a womenâ€™s average standard of living falls forty-five percent while a manâ€™s will grow fifteen percent.
What are grants?
A grant is an award of financial assistance. The primary purpose of a grant is to transport a thing of value from a Federal agency to a recipient to carry out a public purpose of support or incentive authorized by a law of the United States. A grant is distinguished for a contact, which is then used to acquire property or services for the Federal government's direct use or benefit.
Grants are associated by company, state, local or tribal government, research institution or academia, not-for-profit, or any other kind of institution.
Grants For Single Mothers
Additional Government Grants ResourcesGrants from the Federal Executive Branch of the Government
In this article, you will learn about the different departments that comprise the Executive branch of the government and how these departments can serve you.
How to Apply for a Federal Grant
In this article, we are going to provide you with detailed instructions of how you can flawlessly and successfully submit an application for your preferred funding opportunity.
Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Training and Technical Assistance Program
The Office of Justice Programs has recently established the Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Training and Technical Assistance Program (JMHCP), wherein it seeks to increase public safety by encouraging collaboration between criminal justice, juvenile justice, and mental health and substance abuse treatment systems.
Biodemography of Aging Program
The National Institutes of Health has formed a partnership with the National Institute on Aging (NIA) in an effort to establish the Biodemography of Aging Program wherein they intend to solicit applications with the intent to conduct research studies regarding demographic and life-science approaches that could potentially expand the current understanding of aging, frailty and mortality.
Minority Business Enterprise Centers for Minority-Owned Businesses
The The Minority Business Development Agency has recently constituted the Minority Business Enterprise Centers (MBEC) Program wherein it aims to support minority-owned businesses by providing them with electronic and one-on-one business development services for a reasonably nominal fee.
Low-Income Housing Repair Loans and Grants
The United States Office of Rural Development has been running the Low-Income Housing Repair Loans and Grants program wherein they intend to assist very low-income income homeowners in rural areas in the difficult and costly process of putting their homes up for repair.
Computing Education Grants Program for the 21st Century
The National Science Foundation has recently established the Computing Education Grants Program for the 21st Century (CE21), wherein the agency primarily aims to create a robust computing research community, as well as a computationally competent 21st century workforce, and ultimately, a computationally empowered citizenry.