Grants.gov is your place to FIND and APPLY for federal grants. The United States Department of Health and Human Services is proud to be the managing partner for Grants.gov.
Suspect Fraudulent Activity?
The United States Government does not require payment, of any kind, to receive federal grants. Learn how to recognize fraud and report it.
Looking for an introduction to federal grants? LEARN about the grants lifecycle and how policies affect you in the Grants Learning Center at Grants.gov.
SEARCH Grants.gov for your federal grants by keywords or more specific criteria. All discretionary grants offered by the 26 federal grant-making agencies can be found on Grants.gov.
Apply for Grants
To APPLY for a grant, you and/or your organization must complete the Grants.gov registration process.
Track Your Grants
It's easy to TRACK the federal grants that you have applied for. You just need your Grants.gov tracking number.
Find Open Grant Opportunities
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- Browse Eligibilities
Learn more about the federal grants lifecycle, policies on grants management, and profiles on grant-making agencies.
Check out our calendar to get the latest updates about our upcoming releases, maintenance, and outages.
July 18-20, 2015
For more information on upcoming changes with user impacts, please visit the Grants.gov notices page for the latest information.
For information about recent changes and enhancements to Grants.gov, review the latest release notes.
Visit the Grants.gov Blog to get up-to-date status of upcoming maintenance and outages.
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) recently organized a webinar about the DATA Act Section 5 Pilot Program.
Grants.gov does not provide personal financial assistance. Please visit our Grant Programs to learn where you may find personal financial assistance.
The United States Government does not require payment, of any kind, to receive federal grants. Learn more about suspected fraudulent activity.