This is one of our favorites. It's been around forever in one form or another ... and always will be.
FREE CASH GRANTS, NEVER REPAY!
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To Start Your Home Business...
To Consolidate Your Debt...
To Go To college...
Almost ANY Worthwhile Reason...
Foundations all over the United States GIVE away Millions of Dollars of CASH GRANTS every year. They must give this MONEY away, in order to maintain their tax free status.
Who Can Apply? ANYONE can apply for a Grant from 18 years old and up! We Can Help! We will show you HOW & WHERE to get Grants. This MONEY has to be given away, WHY not to YOU? Grants from $500.00 to $50,000.00 are possible! GRANTS don't have to be paid back! Grants can be ideal for people who are or were bankrupt or just have bad credit.
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What you get for your $32.95 is a list of foundations, which you could get free from your local public library. However, these foundations do not "give money away." They make grants, usually to non-profit organizations, who write detailed plans that demonstrate how the funds will be used to advance whatever causes a particular foundation is interested in.
Are there some foundations that give money to individuals to help them start businesses, go to college or become a beautician? Sure, but you can be pretty certain the demand outstrips the supply.
Having said that, some of the "free money" offers are less distasteful than others. Take US Grants. This small Florida company publishes a guide for individuals looking for grants. The guide goes for about $35. Again, you could find most, maybe all, of the information in the library but ... hey, it's your money.
Just for the record, there is a highly reputable source of information about philanthropy. It's called The Foundation Center. Its Web site is an excellent reference source.