Most people are confused about personal grants in Georgia. If you live in the state of Georgia and are looking for personal financial assistance such as supplemental security income, Medicaid, or state social services, you should look into government benefits instead. Personal grants are financial aid from the local government of Georgia for its residents under certain circumstances - the use of the financial funding must have a meaningful purpose to the economy of Georgia.

Personal Grants for Work At Home Residents of Georgia

With the aid from the federal government, the department of finance & economic growth in Georgia is able to provide financial support to residents who work at home. According to the latest research, in Georgia, there are over 104,423 business identities have 0 to 4 employees. This number includes people who work at home with sole proprietorship. To be eligible, you must be a resident of Georgia and have a registered business in Georgia. If your business is in one of the following areas: medicine, education, scientific research, and technology development, you have a higher chance of getting your grant application approved.

Personal Grants for Education for Residents of Georgia

Not all students or teachers are eligible to apply for personal education grants in Georgia. According to US Census,

In Georgia:

  • 83.90% have high school diplomas
  • 27.50% have at least one post secondary degree
  • 9.90% have at least one graduate school degree

As you do not have to pay back the amount of grants given to you, Georgia's office of education ensures that personal grants are only given to individuals who need financial assistance for their education related to medicine, education, scientific research, or technology development. And recipients must use their new knowledge and skill set to improve the economy of Georgia.

Personal Grants for Veterans in Georgia

There are more than 574,600 veterans (both active and retired) in Georgia. If you have enrolled, or currently participating in the military, naval force, or air force, you are eligible to apply for veteran personal grants as long as the funds are being used to stimulate the economy of Georgia.

You can look at personal grants as "government grants for individuals". Therefore, there are many other types of personal grants such as personal housing grants. If an individual receives grants from the government, he or she has received a type of "personal grants". It is much harder for individuals to receive grants than it is for businesses to receive grants. Georgia residents apply for different types of state government grants by contacting Georgia financial aid agencies, or

Access Applicant Portal

Current online applicants in Georgia are browsing from the following cities: Mount Vernon, Crawfordville, Tyrone, Gillsville, Attapulgus, Jekyll Island, Lake Park, Canton, Hoschton, Bowdon

Recent State Funding Opportunities

Below is a list of opportunities recently published in the local state:

Funding Opportunity
FY 2023 Julia Taft Refugee Fund – Georgia (apply)

Funding Number: DOS GEO FY23 001 122022
Agency: Department of State, U.S. Mission to Georgia
Category: Other (see text field entitled Explanation of Other Category of Funding Activity for clarification)
Funding Amount: $25,000
Organization of Classes of B1/B2-Level Georgian-to-English for English Teachers and Those Seeking to Become English Teachers (apply)

Funding Number: DOS GEO 22 GR 012 041122
Agency: Department of State, U.S. Mission to Georgia
Category: Education
Funding Amount: $65,000
B1/B2-Level Multi-Media Georgian-to-English Curriculum for English Teachers and Those Seeking to Become English Teachers (apply)

Funding Number: DOS GEO 22 GR 011 041122
Agency: Department of State, U.S. Mission to Georgia
Category: Education
Funding Amount: $120,000
Georgia NRCS Technical Outreach and Education for Fiscal Year 2022 (apply)

Funding Number: USDA NRCS GA MULTI 22 NOFO0001144
Agency: Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service
Category: Agriculture, Environment, Natural Resources
Funding Amount: $100,000
Georgia NRCS Technical Services and Projects for Fiscal Year 2022 (apply)

Funding Number: USDA NRCS GA MULTI 22 NOFO0001143
Agency: Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service
Category: Agriculture, Environment, Natural Resources
Funding Amount: $600,000
Projects to design and implement targeted economic empowerment activities for women in vulnerable areas of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia (apply)

Funding Number: SFOP0008667
Agency: Department of State, Office of the Secretary
Category: Income Security and Social Services
Funding Amount: $2,962,962
Head Start/Early Head Start Recipient -- Communities in the state of Georgia (apply)

Funding Number: HHS 2022 ACF OHS CH R4 0139
Agency: Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families - OHS
Category: Income Security and Social Services
Funding Amount: $2,871,953
Endangered Species Management Program at Fort Stewart, Georgia (apply)

Funding Number: W912HN 21 0 0001
Agency: Department of Defense, Savannah District
Category: Environment
Funding Amount: $676,500
USAID Georgia's Rule of Law Activity (apply)

Funding Number: 72011421RFA00005
Agency: Agency for International Development, Georgia USAID-Tbilisi
Category: Law, Justice and Legal Services
Funding Amount: $24,900,000
Georgia NRCS Technical Outreach and Education for Fiscal Year 2021 (apply)

Funding Number: USDA NRCS GA MULTI 21 NOFO0001054
Agency: Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service
Category: Agriculture, Environment, Natural Resources
Funding Amount: $100,000

 

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