Billions in Assistance is Currently Available
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Our Research Database and Articles Provide Information on the Following Topics
⭐Unclaimed money, grants, & more
⭐Emergency housing and food guides
⭐Benefit and Program Research Database
⭐Employment and Temporary Funding Sources
In 2015-16 over $28.2 billion was allocated for Pell Grant expeditures. In 2014 $50 billion was spent in housing aid.
Single Mothers and Children
There are many programs that aim to assist children and single parent families. They attempt to keep our nation’s low income children well fed, well clothed and well educated. Learn more about these important programs and how they provide benefit.
Employment Help & Funds
Being without it can be a delicate and quickly desperate situation for any family. Learn more about potential options for short term aid, job training programs, career counseling and other tips and suggestions for how to navigate through tough times.
To assist our members, we have developed a library of useful guides about a wide range of family resource related subjects. This includes unclaimed money, grants, housing, and more. Learn more about unclaimed money and other resources in our site.
Uncover Real Options
Most every help-related program has eligibility requirements and an application process. Our guides and articles attempt to detail this information and provide you with the links for the specific authority site responsible.
Low Income Family Benefits
Public and private organizations have programs that offer assistance to those who need it most. It comes in the form of financial relief, counseling, and hardship aid to cover basic human needs.
Safe housing is a corner stone of a happiness. As stated above, over $50 billion dollars a year is spent on housing assistance. The articles and links in this site present the best options for receiving some of these benefites.
There are many official government databases and websites that has pertinent information to all the benefit programs in this site, such as benefit.gov.
Information in this site is for convenience and educational purposes. We encourage seeking expert advide when needed.
1. Trends in higher education – trends.collegeboard.org
2. Congressional Budget Office – cbo.gov – housing assistance for low-inome families
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If you are interested in learning more about benefits and assistance programs please visit the official government website at www.benefits.gov