African Business And Organizations In The United States Can Now Apply for Government Grants Online At AfricanGrants.com

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African business start-ups, for-profit or not-for-profit organizations in the United States can now utilize http://www.AfricanGrants.com to learn how government grants and federal funding opportunities can provide additional financial support to their ventures.

http://www.AfricanGrants.com launches a new website and a DIY guide to help African businesses and organizations apply for grants.

The United States government has set aside billions of dollars in government grants and federal funding opportunities this year. (source: recovery.gov) African business start-ups, for-profit or not-for-profit organizations across the nation can utilize AfricanGrants.com to learn how they can find and apply for funding opportunities online.

"We have a new design template that will go live by the end of February," said Aaron Lee, founder of AfricanGrants.com. "In the mean while, consumers can still utilize our website and its free government funding DIY guide, courtesy of USGrants.org."

The guide contains detailed instructions, aided by multimedia and videos, on topics such as preparing a business plan, obtaining DUNS and CCR, finding opportunities and determining eligibility, applying as an organization or as an individual, and submitting a grant application. "Applying for government grants and funding opportunities can be accomplished in 8 steps," Aaron added.

AfricanGrants.com aims to help African businesses and organizations with up-to-date and accurate information on government grant opportunities and application requirements.

To learn more, visit http://www.AfricanGrants.com

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