We want to hear about your experiences with Grants.gov. Your feedback will shape future updates and improvements to Grants.gov.
For the Grants.gov team, your success is our success. So, how can Grants.gov help you succeed? Our first step is learning where we are already supporting you well and where there is room for improvement.
What do you love about the website? Are there things about it that make you cringe? How can we make your work easier? We want to hear it all!
Let us know how we are doing by responding to the Grants.gov User Survey. It takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. You have the power to shape the future of Grants.gov!
Editor’s Note: Applicants, please note that there is a bug with the following question in the survey: “As part of long-term planning efforts, we are evaluating several options for improving Grants.gov. At this stage, all options are purely hypothetical. Please consider each feature and rank how helpful it would be.”
Please follow the instructions in the question to the best of your ability. To maintain the survey data consistency, we have not altered the data collection process and will factor this into the analysis.
11 thoughts on “Shape the Future of Grants.gov”
Emergency help my year old son and I are about to be homeless in 25 days. Need help asap.
Hi Kara, we recommend that you complete the Benefits Finder tool on Benefits.gov to see if you are eligible for federal assistance: https://www.benefits.gov
Hi Grants.gov, it looks like #16 in the survey cant record multiple responses in the columns category.
* 16. As part of long-term planning efforts, we are evaluating several options for improving Grants.gov. At this stage, all options are purely hypothetical. Please consider each feature and rate how helpful it would be.
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Thank you for bringing this to our attention, Christine!
Thanks for completing the survey and reporting the bug in survey question #16. To maintain the survey data consistency, we have left the current question and will factor this into the analysis. We appreciate your feedback!
Please help with housing, I’m on the street and on disability and have to take all kinds of meds,, my grand pa was a world War 2 vet with a purple heart and 3 bronze stars
Hi Darrell, we recommend that you complete the Benefits Finder tool on Benefits.gov to see if you are eligible for federal assistance: https://www.benefits.gov
Someone called me and said I qualify for a government grant of $9200 and that I have to purchase a registration card from Walmart in the amount of 200 dollars in order to receive the grant money the phone number I was contacted from is 202 657 4370 extension 140 the lady’s name Anna I am trying to find out if this is a scam if it is I want to report this person I have a confirmation number which is CT 135
That is a scam. Do not give them any personal information or money. Please read this blog post to learn more: https://blog.grants.gov/2017/07/12/is-this-a-grant-scam/
Yes it iss
I got the same it’s a scam
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