Home Owner Programs
Small Business Grants from the Social Security Administration
The Social Security Administration advances the economic security of the nation's people through compassionate and vigilant leadership in shaping and managing America's Social Security programs.
Interventional Cooperative Agreement ProgramThis funding opportunity will establish a new cooperative agreement program to allow SSA to collaborate with States, private foundations, and other non-federal groups and organizations who have the...more
Posted On - 2021-04-23
Retirement and Disability Research ConsortiumAs authorized under section 1110 of the Social Security Act, SSA announces the solicitation of applications for cooperative agreements to compete a Retirement and Disability Research Consortium...more
Posted On - 2018-04-20
Retirement Research ConsortiumAs authorized under section 1110 of the Social Security Act, SSA announces the solicitation of applications for a cooperative agreeement to re-compete a Retirement Research Consortium to help inform...more
Posted On - 2013-04-01
Social Security Disability Research ConsortiumAs authorized under section 1110 of the Social Security Act, SSA announces the solicitation of competitive applications for a five year cooperative agreement for a Disability Research Consortium...more
Posted On - 2012-03-01
Featured Government Grant Resources
The Recovery Capital Loans Program provides financial assistance to small business with less than 500 employees to obtain a deferred payment loan from the agency, in order to meet existing debt payments, thereby giving the business the opportunity to refocus their business strategy.
The government has launched innumerable programs that are all geared towards the achievement of this goal. Some of these programs involve the provision of technical assistance, training sessions, and strategies that would potentially help business owners in marketing their products and in expanding their businesses.
Nobel Peace Prize winner, founder of Grameen Bank and chairman, Muhammad Yunus, writes about happiness: That happiness comes from many sources, not as the current economic framework assumes, just from making money.