The United States government has set aside $2,162.00 in government grants and $1,671.00 in other form of governmental financial funding across all the states to eligible applicants. Veterans who are currently residing in the state of Vermont may be eligible to apply for various types of veteran grants and benefits. According to the local military office in Vermont, to be eligible for veteran grants:
- You must be an veteran who were enlisted in the military, naval force, or air force, before September 7, 1980. Or:
- You must be an veteran who were enlisted in the military, naval force, or air force, after September 7, 1980 with at least 24 months of active duty.
Veteran Health Care Benefits
All veterans in Vermont are eligible to apply for additional health care benefits provided by the federal government. There are currently 52,100 veterans in the state of Vermont - 48,400 male veterans and 3,700 female veterans. They will be able to receive veteran health care grants as long as they are eligible for veteran grants.
Veteran Grants for Disabled in Vermont
There are currently more than 37,300 veterans in Vermont who are "war time" veterans, which means they have been involved in one of the following wars:
- More than 9,500 of 37,300 soldiers entered and survived the Gulf War
- More than 18,800 of 37,300 soldiers entered and survived the Vietnam Era
- More than 5,900 of 37,300 soldiers entered and survived the Korean Conflict
- More than 4,600 of 37,300 soldiers entered and survived the World War II
For veterans who have suffered permanent injuries during historical or active wars are eligible to apply and receive Veteran Grants for Disabled offer by the military office in Vermont.
Veteran Education Grants, Veteran Small Business Grants, and Veteran Housing Grants in Vermont
The office of finance in Vermont has set aside governmental funding in education grants, small business grants, and housing grants only to qualified veterans in the state of Vermont. It doesn't matter if you are a "war time" veteran or a "peace time" veteran, there are veteran grants available for everyone who has participated or is currently enrolling in the military, naval force, and/or air force.
For example, veterans in Vermont are not only eligible to apply for small business grants that are available to all residents of Vermont, they are also eligible to apply for small business grants for veterans as well. And vice versa with housing and education grants.
To apply for veteran grants in Vermont, contact Vermont financial aid agencies.
Recent State Funding Opportunities
Below is a list of opportunities recently published in the local state:
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