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Can I Get A Grant For More Than One Business?

Updated December 10, 2016

"Can I get a grant for more than one business?" is one of the many questions answered in Ability Mission's extensive Grant FAQ. Use both the video and the script to get the most out of the answer.

If you're interested in "writing a grant" you can do it with expert help and at no cost to you. Simply join the thousands of others who got invaluable hands-on practice just by telling their stories, following the same kind of precise instructions that granting agencies use. Learn how with the Disability Help Guide.

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Video Transcript

Can I get a grant for more than one business?

That's an ambition-loaded question! And we've got a useful reality-based answer for you!

Technically, you COULD get a grant for more than one business.

It's better though to focus completely on one single business idea and make it work.

If you approach a granting agency saying, "I want to start a day-care center, or maybe a Laundromat, or maybe a landscaping company…" you can understand they might tell you to come back later when you're more focused.

Put yourself in the position of those who might give you money. They need to see clearly how you are going to spend THEIR money.

There's a right way to do this that works for both you and the granting agency.

Let us show you how to do it. This will empower you to go after what you want the same way the experts do.

In fact, knowing and applying the proven grant-getting process is the key to success. And we can help you with that.

We do it by hand-holding you through the time-tested steps described in our Disability Help Guide and Disability Help Workbook.

This gives you the necessary knowledge and tools to go after a grant like an expert grant-writer.

So why not give yourself that unfair advantage? Sign up for our free services that give you hands-on training in the grant-getting process.

You can then confidently go after those elusive government grants -- or any kind of help -- with crucial hands-on practice and knowledge.

Napoleon Hill said, "Don't wait. The time will never be just right."

So sign up now using the link below. You've got nothing to lose and so much to gain.

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