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.
- 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
- Fiscal Management
- Highway Safety
- Historic Preservation
- Humanities Council
- Juvenile Court Judges of Georgia
- Physician Workforce
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.