Did you know that funding sources are now accepting applications for new grant opportunities in 2023? Presently, qualifying U.S. veterans can apply to receive funding for startup business support as well as other resources to make the transition to civilian life as smooth as possible. So, we are sharing 10 grants found on GrantWatch.com, that are now accepting applications from veterans.
10 Grants for Veterans This New Year
1) Grants and in-kind support are available to start-up business ventures led by military veterans.
2) U.S. military veterans can apply for financial support grants to ease the transition from military service to civilian life.
3) Grants of up to $1,500 are also available to veterans and their dependents who are undergoing unexpected financial hardship.
4) Financial assistance of up to $10,000 is also available to U.S. veterans to offset the cost of fertility treatments.
5) Injured, ill, or wounded service members and veterans can apply for grants to cover airfare expenses for themselves and their families.
6) Grants are also available to service members, veterans and first responders for financial support to offset personal and family monetary difficulties.
7) Veterans with disabilities can request grant funding toward sports equipment and fitness program expenses.
8) Financial assistance grants are also available to qualifying U.S. military service members and veterans for urgent needs.
9) Military veterans can apply for grants to provide mortgage-free homes or modifications to their current homes implemented by professionals.
10) Finally, U.S. military veterans who have disabilities can apply for grants of up to $15,000 for necessary home modifications and repairs.
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