Disability Grants And Benefits That People With Disabilities Can Apply For
Disability grants and benefits are within the reach of all those with disabilities. The trick is to know how to find them and then apply successfully.
To help you readily learn what's possible for you, we cover the subject matter of this page in the following easy-to-understand sections:
- Debt Relief Grants?
(Bad news, good news)
- Disability Grants Secret
(Taking a smart detour)
- Simple, But Not Easy
(That brick wall analogy)
- Getting Disability Grants
(Doing what the experts do)
- How To Make Your Case
(Telling your story well)
Including grants and benefits for the disabled, every year billions of dollars worth of free government money is given out to millions of people! Did you get your share of it? No? Read on!
1. Debt Relief Grants?
Most grant seekers, especially the disabled, are looking for grants for one major reason – they have debts they simply can't afford to pay down.
A government grant you never need to pay back sounds like the ideal solution.
Bad news! You can't get a cent of government grant money to repay your personal debts. So-called "debt relief grants" just don't exist.
Think about it. If the government paid off personal debts, people would simply run up debts and then ask the government to clear them.
It just doesn't make sense.
But there's good news! You CAN do something that is almost magical. And we can show you how to work the magic, step by step, all for free.
Read the following sections very carefully. Let us show you the way, how you can take a smart detour, how you can work the system.
2. Disability Grants Secret
We use the term "disability grants" as a catch-all for two things:
- Grants you can get according to how good a proposal you make
- Benefits you're entitled to and that you just have to apply for
Here's the secret. You can DEFINITELY get grants or benefits for many things, such as education, repairs, trips, medications, counseling and so on (but not personal debts, of course).
So if you're able to get a grant or benefit for something that you're ALREADY spending money on, you can then use that freed-up money to help pay down your debt.
Why not grab your share of all those government handouts? Act now and get what's rightfully yours. If you don't, someone else will!
For example, there ARE moms and dads who are getting government grants for disabled single parents. And the money doesn't have to be repaid, as it would with a loan.
When you apply for a grant or benefit, you can't just pick up the phone and say, "Send me money please." You have to put your story in writing. This is where Ability-Mission.org can help you.
Remember, government grants for the disabled include more than just money. You could get counseling, books, equipment, and much more. You can find just about anything to make your world a better place.
3. It's Simple, But Not Easy!
Getting a grant is like laying bricks for a wall – simple, but not so easy!
Getting grants for disabled people starting or expanding a business, or any type of grant, is actually a fairly simple process. But although it's simple, it's not easy.
Compare it to building a brick wall. It's simple to lay one brick after another, but we all know it's not such easy work!
We make it easier for you whether it's for a disability grant and benefit help for the accident disabled or disabled grants and benefits for those with bipolar disorder.
We also tell you how to go about Getting Disability Grants. In fact, it's an offer of free help, and it's the only one of its kind on the entire web.
When you apply for grant giveaways for the first and maybe only time in your life, will you be good at it? Of course not. That's why you should get expert help.
For example, the first step in applying for say, government disability grants for the cerebral palsy disabled, is to select the granting agency you will work with.
The value of that "select the granting agency" information is beyond measure, yet it is so easily overlooked.
There are also grants for disabled veterans with service disability or not, so if you feel that you qualify or you know someone who does, why not look into it? There are no others so deserving of grant money as veterans with conflict disabilities.
4. Getting Disability Grants
Hello! Don Coggan here, founder/owner of Ability Mission. I've been evaluating and writing proposals – and helping people get grants – since the early 1980s.
I can assure you that you don't NEED to spend a penny on any books or courses to get disability grants or benefits.
In fact, most government disability grants are federally administered and can be found in one place on the Internet. Check out the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance and see for yourself.
So if you can do it all on your own, why would you need any help from Ability-Mission.org? Simple. Whenever you do something for the first time, there's a good chance of getting something wrong. We can help you get it right, and all at no charge.
Does Grant Money Grow On Trees?
Getting a grant is not like plucking money off the nearest grant tree!
When people talk about getting a grant, they're often just looking for easy money.
They want to be able to walk out of their home or office, go to the nearest grant tree and pluck the money off the branches.
Hello! Wake up! You need to make some effort! Even if it's just a little, many people get discouraged and give up.
DON'T GIVE UP. Get our professional help.
Now, you could choose to do everything entirely on your own. If so, you'd likely put in days, weeks, and even months of frustrating and unrewarding effort.
And then you'd most probably abandon the project after having wasted all that time and energy. Yes, you could take that approach.
OR YOU CAN BE SMART.
You can get our professional help. All you have to do is submit your story for publication on Ability-Mission.org. Getting your story properly in writing is a key first step in getting a grant.
See our Disability Help Guide page for details.
You still have to work at it though and this is where many people get off the track. Sometimes just a little encouragement is needed. That's what our story-telling service and professional advice are for.
Don't delay. Get your fair share of all that government money. Imagine how grants for people disabled with multiple sclerosis could truly relieve them of a heavy financial burden.
5. How To Make Your Case
No matter what type of grant you're seeking, you must make your case in writing. And you must do it well. This is where we can give you real, concrete help, all at no cost to you.
We know for a fact from the 2,000+ stories we've published that many visitors just want to fill out a simple government grant application and get some quick money.
It just ain't that simple, but we can help you through the process.
Don't spend any of your time and money on books, subscriptions or courses. Instead, tell your story here at Ability-Mission.org.
Are you eager to get started writing your story? Are you...
No matter what you're applying for, you need to put your story in writing. This is a golden opportunity to get it done with professional help and at no charge.