From helping communities revitalize to encouraging arts events, grants and loan forgiveness programs support the state's economy, increasing Georgians' access to education, employment, health care and recreation.
What You Should Know:
- The Department of Community Affairs' Community Development Block Grant Program supports low- to moderate-income communities by providing funds for housing and public space improvements.
- To help prevent child injury and death in car accidents, the Department of Public Health's Child Passenger Safety Mini-Grant provides booster seats and car seats to low-income families.
If you accept full-time work in public service, you may be eligible to take advantage of the College Cost Reduction and Access Act (CCRAA).
Other grant opportunities and loan forgiveness programs include:
- Brain & Spinal Injury Trust Fund
- Children & Families
- Coastal Resources
- Community Health
- Courts of Georgia
- Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
- Developmental Disabilities
- Economic Development
- Environmental Protection
- Highway Safety
- Historic Preservation
- Humanities Council
- Physician Workforce
How do I find federal funding for my project?
I'm organizing an arts festival. What grants can I apply for?
The Georgia Council for the Arts can provide grants not only for one-time art events and productions but also for full-year support to cover your organization's operating expenses. Read more about this.
This information was prepared as a public service of the State of Georgia to provide general information, not to advise on any specific legal problem. It is not, and cannot be construed to be, legal advice.