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you can get 250 minutes free each month. I got one. U gotta have foodstamps or medical card or section 8, or HUD something like that to get one. Just apply I'm sure you will get it if you are low-income.
A lady named Inspiration , I hope I got it right here is the information for someone look for a free attorney. I haven't check the link out but remember the posting from earlier today. I hope it helps you as attornies are too expensive and I am not crazy about them as I have had to use them in my after my mom's death.. I don't care for attornies one bit cause they bleed you dry and they could care less. I hope you find one for free.. Good luck.
i have atwo year old daughter, and my ex boyfriend pretty much stole her over the weekend. Because he had her for the weekend and he was sopose togive her back on monday , but never showed. We are going to court over custody of my daughter and my worst ear is loosing the one thing that means the world to me. i need to get 5,000 dollars by the end of the month to pay the lawer, and i don't know how to get the money. Does anyone know what i should do?????
I'm a mother of 3 children I have a daughter and 2 boys both boys are handicap, and live with the the state because it was hard for me to take care of them. I was getting ssi on the boys. My husband works at a fast food, and I can not find work. How can we get help paying our bills? If you can please let me know. Thank you puppylover
Like I have said many times before it will depend on the type of grant that you are seeking. Those sites that you are going to that are asking a fee are asking that fee because of the work that they did to find and gather the information. They are called third-party sites.
If you are looking for financial help for something relating to your utility bills, rent, or mortgage payments then you should contact your nearest social services/welfare office because they would best know of grant programs that can help you.
There are organizations that have their own online website where you do not have to pay for their grant information. Some of them even let you apply online. The same thing goes for the official government grant site where you do not have to pay anything for their grant information. Since government grant money is funded by taxpayer money then the government has to make their grant information freely accessible to the public which they have done by having an official website plus they have printed information about their grant programs that you should be able to find at your public library.
i badly need help i cannot get my heat turned on, we can not buy food and my car is dead so getting to work is proving very difficult. We make literally 9 dollars too much for the state to help! What do i do i have been searching all day and seem to be getting no where. can someone help me? firstname.lastname@example.org
|Types of funding areas you are interested in?|
|Education / Tuition||Personal Assistance|
|How much money do you need?||$500-$10,000|
|this is what I would use the money for:|
Personal Assistance: If I remain in the current situation I would need at least $10,000.00 for the next 12 months, broken down and rounded off is as follows: 3480.out of pocket expenses for college (290.00 per month) 302.00 = auto insurance 151.00 per six months 360.00= (30.00 per month for internet connection for classes) 720.00 = (60.00 per month for cellular phone ) $4,800= ( 400.00 per month for a room to rent) $1,200.00= ( 100.00 share of gas for heat and electric)
|What unique things would separate you from other applicants applying for this money?|
I am confronted with a disparaging situation... I am unemployed ineligible for unemployment and just recently became homeless. Everything I own is in a storage unit which will be lost as of the 17th of August because I cannot pay the $300.00 I owe. I am mindful that I am not the only one enduring the hardships of the current economical state of affairs. The casualties and complexities surrounding this "economy" will continue to take its' toll on many, so... if anyone ot there has any suggestions or links let me know.
Please be advised that when you go to a site that asks a fee for grant information you are at a "third-party" site. They are charging a fee for gathering and finding the grant information for you. It is the same thing as you going into a book store to get a book on grants and you have to pay for the book.
As a solution to not having to pay a fee you can go directly to the grant sites themselves - which you will have to find yourselves for the most part. The official government website has a list of all of the grant programs that they have available and they do not charge a fee for the information about their grant programs. You have to understand that this grant money is from taxpayer dollars and has to be made freely accessible to the public (the same thing that the different states are trying to do with all of the unclaimed money that they have)
Freely accessible to the public and they that the government does this is by having an official government website and they should also have printed publications about their grant programs in public libraries as well. Depending on what type of grant you are looking for you should also contact your local social services / welfare agency because they would know of grant programs that can help you regardless of whether you are low-incomed or not.
Also you have to realize that its not only the government that has grant programs. Organizations, charities and even some businesses and individuals have them as well - not all grants are government grants.
You should also check some of the past posts here on Aidpage - you didn't mention what type of grant that you are looking for but there are a lot of previous posts here that have information about various grants and programs that may be able to help you.