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  * Non-profit organizations and institutions – This category includes semi-public, public and private institutions of higher education and hospitals, Native American Indian Organizations, and any other semi-public and private nonprofit organizations. However, Federally funded research and development centers are excluded from this category.   * Non-profit organizations and institutions – This category includes semi-public, public and private institutions of higher education and hospitals, Native American Indian Organizations, and any other semi-public and private nonprofit organizations. However, Federally funded research and development centers are excluded from this category.
-  * Private individuals – This category includes Native Americans, homeowners, students, farmers, artists, scientists, consumers, small businesses, refugees, aliens, veterans, senior citizens, low-income persons, health and education professionals, builders, contractors, developers, handicapped persons, and the physically afflicted. Examples of direct assistance to these individuals include Section 8 vouchers, Pell Grant scholarships, and disaster relief awards, among many others.+  * Private individuals – This category includes Native Americans, homeowners, students, farmers, artists, scientists, consumers, small businesses, refugees, aliens, veterans, senior citizens, low-income persons, health and education professionals, builders, contractors, developers, handicapped persons, and the physically afflicted. Examples of direct assistance to these individuals include Section 8 vouchers, Pell Grant scholarships, and disaster relief awards, among many others. Some good examples of grants and federal aid available to individuals are discussed in [[http://grants-for-kids.weebly.com|Grants For Kids]].
Like Grants, assistance progrmas are designed with very specific eligibility requirements because a well defined recipient is intended to receive the assistance. Some have strict restrictions on who may receive the assistance because of the type of service or activity that is involved. Some examples would be major infrastructure programs and grants which typically go to States, local governments, and U.S. territories. This is logical since they are apt to be the only organizations which can  manage public roads, bridges and such. THere are also health-based research grants which have stringent requirements relating to the qualifications of individuals (e.g. a specialized professional or scientific degree, a givne number of years of research experience, and United States citizenship. Like Grants, assistance progrmas are designed with very specific eligibility requirements because a well defined recipient is intended to receive the assistance. Some have strict restrictions on who may receive the assistance because of the type of service or activity that is involved. Some examples would be major infrastructure programs and grants which typically go to States, local governments, and U.S. territories. This is logical since they are apt to be the only organizations which can  manage public roads, bridges and such. THere are also health-based research grants which have stringent requirements relating to the qualifications of individuals (e.g. a specialized professional or scientific degree, a givne number of years of research experience, and United States citizenship.
 
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