|Federal Grant Assistance|
The following information is meant to help those searching for grants. If you are applying for a federal grant, please contact Rep. Welch about your project to see if his office can be of assistance. You can call (888) 605 7270 or email by clicking here.
How can you learn about federal grants that might be available for your project?
Grants.gov is the main source to FIND and APPLY for federal grants. All federal agencies list grant opportunities and information on this site. Use the box below to view the most recent opportunities or visit Grants.gov to see all opportunities currently available.
The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance provides detailed descriptions of grant and non-financial assistance programs of the federal government.
Can the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Rural Development help you?
USDA-Rural Development provides millions of dollars annually for projects across Vermont. It funds a wide range of economic development projects, including broadband, business development, local water projects, and more. Check in with your local USDA-RD office to see if you qualify:
Other Grant Resources:
The Foundation Center provides information about private funding sources, the grantseeking process, guidelines on writing a grant proposal, and contact information for State libraries with grants reference collections.
The Vermont Directory of Foundations contains information on grantmakers that are located in Vermont, in addition to those that are not located in the state but have a geographic focus that includes Vermont.
Check Vermont.gov for a listing of state agencies and their grant opportunities.