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Foundation Government Grants

Foundation Government Grants Foundation government grants can take on two forms. On one hand foundation government grants are foundations that are formed by the federal government as an independent government agency, on the other hand some foundation government grants are offered by private foundations to support government education programs. Foundation governmental grants are offered to provide assistance to individuals pursuing an education in US government and in an effort to provide foundation support to address certain issues deemed important by the federal government.

Foundation government grants that are offered by independent government agencies are offered to assist individuals in pursuing activities aligned with specific initiatives that the federal government has deemed of interest. As an example, the National Science Foundation (NSF) was created in 1950 with the mission "to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense". For more information National Science Foundation. A current foundation government grant offered by NSF, ADVANCE: Increasing the Participation and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers (ADVANCE) is open and available specifically to women who meet the eligibility requirements outlined by the National Science Foundation. For more information on ADVANCE and on the National Science Foundation, visit: National Science Foundation.

Additionally, the NSF is currently directly soliciting proposals for the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) foundation government grant, which encompasses a unique opportunity that allows small businesses to develop a proposal that demonstrates an innovative approach to conducting research in a defined area that has been pre-determined by the federal government. For more information visit: nsf.gov.

Another example of a foundation government grant is the Fisheries Innovation Fund, a grant that supports fisherman and fishing communities in implementing sustainable fisheries. This foundation government grant is currently administered by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. For more information visit: NFWF (National Fish and Wildlife Foundation).

Additionally, a number of private foundations offer foundation government grants to provide support and an increased education to individuals that wish to pursue an education in government or desire to complete research to improve governmental operations. For example, the Seasongood Good Government Foundation provides funding for partial or full costs associated by sponsoring college student internships in governmental sectors. For more information visit: Season Good Foundation.

Whether one is applying for a foundation government grant from an independent governmental agency or from a private foundation, it is of the utmost importance to ensure that all application materials and all Letters of Intent include of the information requested in a logical and organized sequence. Individuals that experience difficulty in researching or applying for a foundation government grant may wish to contact a professional grant writer.

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