Free Government Stuff
Government free stuff - freebies from the government. Free grant money - scholarship money - education
loans - free government programs and more. The government sure knows freebies! Many people do not know about
the bevy of free stuff available from the U.S. government. We've hunted down the best government free stuff
and listed them here. Freebies like government grant money - loans - money for education - small business loans
and help - government free stuff for families - kids and senior citizens and more.
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Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Here's government freebies to the tenth power! The U.S. Government has a Web site called The Catalog of Federal
Domestic Assistance (C.F.D.A.). This on-line catalog lists almost every government public assistance and
incentive grant program available. However, the best part is that it also tells you in plain English what the
programs are for, who they're for, what it takes to be eligible, how much money is allocated to the agency
managing the program and (most importantly), who to contact to apply for a grant.
As if that wasn't good enough, to make things even easier, all the above information is searchable on the
site by using a keyword search utility located at the bottom of the welcome page. Just plug in the information
you're looking for and their search engine finds links to details on programs relevant to that subject. Here's
an example. We typed in "women starting a business" and got 300 links back on 10 query results pages.
(Click here to see an example of the
results). Each link takes you to an information page with complete details on the specific grant or
program. The search utility is fast, easy to operate and very accurate.
The bottom line here is that the government has provided a free resource to access information on just about
any federal grant program. However, as with any data resource, you must spend the time to do the research to
find what you want. Good luck! U.S. only.
HHS Families and Children
As apposed to the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance which
is nothing more than a flat file database of links to information on federal program grant funding, this
government site lists links that take you right to the managing agency's web site.
This is not a comprehensive guide but rather a gateway to many other resources you will find within the
government's web pages." The site makes finding the correct agency to apply for grants easy because they
list the programs in categories and then break them down by agency into sub categories.
Categories include Education, Employment and Training, Finances, Housing, Family Support, Food and Nutrition,
Health, Public Safety and Cost Cutting Incentives. Each sub category takes you to the managing agencies Web
site. There you get details on the grant programs along with application information direct from the horses
mouth so to speak. In addition to details on grants, this site offers a wealth of other free information
resources for a particular area of interest plus a special section for kids. U.S. only.
Free 2011 Women's Health Calendar
Womenshealth.gov is taking pre-ship orders for their 2011 Women's Health Calendar. The calendar is available
in both English & Spanish and offers daily tips and advice to women of all ages regarding their health.
Enter your details to request your free calendar. Note: Orders are expected to begin shipping in December
2010. U.S. only.
Free Pregnancy Planner from HealthyWomen
This free 48-page planner includes a 10-month calendar section to record checkups and other notes plus
easy-to-read pages to help prepare you for each trimester and for when Baby comes home. Add the item to the
cart and follow the checkout procedure. U.S. only.
Free Government Service to STOP Telemarketing Calls
Tired of getting unsolicited marketing calls? Tell the Government to put a stop to them! The National Do Not
Call Registry gives you a choice about whether to receive telemarketing calls at home. Most telemarketers
should not call your number once it has been on the registry for 31 days. If they do, you can file a complaint
at this Website. You can register your home or mobile phone for free. Your registration will be effective for
five years. U.S. only.
Free Information and Guide to Your Free Yearly Credit Report
This page on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) site walks you through the process of getting your free annual
credit report from the big three agencies (Equifax - Experian and TransUnion). The info includes a link to
the official agency sponsored website (annualcreditreport.com)
where you can securely order all three free credit reports. It also informs you about "Imposter Sites"
that try and get you to buy something to get the free reports. U.S. only.
Free Coloring Book for Kids from the NICHD
This free offer is from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. It is for a free, fun,
14 page coloring book for kids called Milk Matters. As kids have fun coloring, the book helps to teach them
about the importance of calcium in their diet. U.S. only.
If you're looking for anything having even remotely to do with the U.S. Government - including government
freebies, USAGov (formally FirstGov) should be your first stop. The site was three years in the making and is
a powerhouse of government information and resources. It incorporates a fairly accurate search utility so
finding exactly what you're looking for in most cases is a snap. U.S. only.
Free DVD for Teens from HHS
Get a free DVD "Smashed: Toxic Tales of Teens and Alcohol" from the U.S. department of Health and
Human Services. U.S. only.
The Small Business Administration
PLEASE LISTEN CLOSELY! The Small Business Administration offers much more than just loans to start a business.
Many of you are aware that the SBA offers guaranteed loans to small business for may different reasons. But
did you know that they also offer a huge amount of other valuable free services like software, detailed market
analysis, help in writing your business plan, a huge on-line business library, a business card listing service,
new services for women and minorities and links to more free outside resources.
In a nut shell the SBA is the biggest and best free resource in the world for small business. The library
alone has more good information regarding just about any type of business related matters you could think of
then thousands of paid consultants put together.
If you're already in business or thinking of starting one, empower yourself with this excellent free government resource. U.S. only.
Social Security Online
SSA's official online website where you can find anything and everything having to do with Social Security.
Features include and easy way to calculate your retirement benefits, how much you've all ready paid into the
program, information on filing for Social Security disability benefits, applying for a card, all local contact
numbers and addresses and much more. U.S. only.
Federal Consumer Information Center - Free Book
Feel like you’ve just been ripped off when making a purchase? Now you can take action following the guidelines
setup in a free book from the U.S. Federal Citizen Information Center. Just visit the link above and request
a Free Consumer Action Handbook. The handbook will help you with consumer problems and complaints, find
consumer contacts at hundreds of companies and consumer organizations and more. There is even a sample
complaint letter included. U.S. only.
Free Maps from The Federal Highway Administration
This free service run by the National Scenic Byways Program and part of the FHA, offers totally free road maps
for the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Just fill out their simple form to get yours. U.S., Canada and Mexico only.
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