Vermont Government Grants
The U.S. government and Vermont's office of finance has set aside $2,162.00 million dollars in federal grants and $1,671.00 million dollars in other types of government financial aid for citizens and permanent residents who reside in Vermont. As long as you have a citizenship card (green card) or a permanent resident certificate, you could be eligible to apply and receive Vermont federal grants.
Government grants in Vermont is provided to different sectors, with the majority of the budget in business, education (pell & college grants), housing, veteran, and personal grants.
- Vermont Small Business Grants: Starting and running a small business in Vermont can be a risky thing to do. There are more than 1,697 small businesses or even large corporations go into bankruptcy every year. To minimize the risks, you need to research into as many funding sources as possible. Here is more information on Vermont Small Business Grants.
- Vermont Education Grants: Education is an important role in Vermont. The local government in Vermont spend over $1,462,893,434.00 dollars per year in elementary and secondary institutions alone. Education grants are made available for students or even teachers in Vermont to finish and enhance their level of education. Here is more information on Vermont Education Grants.
- Vermont Housing Grants: At an average value of $208,400.00 per real estate property, there are around 322,000 households in the state of Vermont. With an average annual household income of $52,104.00, about 72.80% of the people actually paid off their mortgages. A good portion of the residents in Vermont is not able to afford to pay off their mortgages. department of finance has set aside financial support in the form of housing grants to the people in need, especially if you work at home. Here is more information on Vermont Housing Grants.
- Vermont Veteran Grants: Residents of Vermont who have served or who are current enrolling the military, naval, and air foce are able to claim and receive government funding in the form of veteran grants. Here's more information on Vermont Veteran Grants.
- Vermont Personal Grants: The local state government in Vermont does not offer financial help to its residents for personal needs such as getting out of debt, financing a vehicle...etc. But, Vermont residents are eligible to apply for personal grants to receive financial aid to carry out a public purpose of support or stimulation to the ecomony of Vermont. Here's more information on Vermont Personal Grants.