District of Columbia Government Grants (District of Columbia)

Search for District of Columbia , DC government grants. A government grant search provides information on applying for government grants, government grant programs, government grant eligibility, grant application process, education grants, language study grants, nonprofit government grants, housing grants, economic development grants, violence against women grants, veterans grants, environmental grants, Social Security service grants, and school grants.


A Department of Education is a federal or state agency that provides leadership, develops policy, and awards funding for public schools in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. As part of this mission, Departments of Education distribute grants and federal funding, including education block grants, Title I grants, and IDEA grants. They also award School Improvement Grants, Teacher Incentive Funds, and Pell Grants, in addition to other student loans and grants. Students, teachers, and educators can learn more about District of Columbia government grants issued by the Department of Education on its website.

Carencro King George County Department of Education Washington DC 4301 University Avenue Northwest 20016 540-775-9220

Danville City Department of Education Washington DC 1436 U Street Northwest 20009 434-797-1635

Elizabeth Washington Dc Department of Education Washington DC 1100 Alabama Avenue Southeast 20032 202-442-9200

Lunenburg County Department of Education Washington DC 501 8th Street Northwest 20004 434-676-2467

Norton New York State Department of Education Washington DC 618 New York Avenue Northwest 20001 518-783-0200

Oceanport Washington DC Department of Education Washington DC Maple View Place Southeast 20020 202-442-5885

UDC - Department of Education Washington DC 4200 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20008 202-274-7404


A Veterans Affairs Department provides services to veterans, including veterans from the Armed Forces and Reserves in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. The federal VA, as well as local District of Columbia branches, provide government grants for veterans in rural areas, homeless providers grants, community agency grants, and nurse retention grants. The District of Columbia VA also provides cemetery grants and supportive services grants for veterans and their families. VA grants both go to agencies, organizations, and individual veterans. The VA provides more information about government grants on its website.

Blinded Veterans Association Washington DC 477 H Street Northwest 20001 202-371-8880

Disabled American Veterans Washington DC 1722 I Street Northwest 20006 202-530-9260

Disabled American Veterans Washington DC 941 North Capitol Street Northeast 20002 202-208-1360

Disabled American Veterans National Services & Legislative Washington DC 807 Maine Avenue Southwest 20024 202-554-3501

Disabled Veterans National Foundation Washington DC 1020 19th Street Northwest 20036 202-737-0522

Homeless & Disabled Veterans Washington DC 1000 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20036 202-508-1499

House Committee on Veterans Affairs Washington DC 27 Independence Avenue Southeast 20003 202-225-9756

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America Washington DC 777 North Capitol Street Northeast 20002 202-346-3260

Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America Washington DC 1811 R Street Northwest 20009 202-265-6280

Lao Veterans of America Inc Washington DC 611 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast 20003 202-543-1444

National Association Of Concerned Veterans Washington DC 4850 Jay Street Northeast 20019 202-680-3142

National Association for Black Veterans Washington DC 1200 18th Street Northwest 20036 202-822-0011

National Association-Black Vet Washington DC 5505 5th Street Northwest 20011 202-822-0011

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans Washington DC 331 1/2 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast 20003 202-546-1969

National Veterans Legal Washington DC 1600 K Street Northwest 20006 202-223-0906

Paralyzed Veterans Washington DC 2055 L Street Northwest 20036 202-331-1058

Paralyzed Veterans of America Washington DC 801 18th Street Northwest 20006 202-872-1300

Southeast Veterans Service Center Washington DC 820 Chesapeake Street Southeast 20032 202-561-8387

Student Veterans of America Washington DC 1012 14th Street Northwest 20005 202-525-5273

US Department Of Veteran Affairs-Washington DC Vet Center Washington DC 1250 Taylor Street Northwest 20011 202-726-5212

US Department of Veterans Affairs - National Capital Regional Benefit Office Washington DC 1722 I Street Northwest 20006 202-408-7811

US Department of Veterans Affairs - Southeast Veterans Services Center Washington DC 820 Chesapeake Street Southeast 20032 202-373-0849

US Department of Veterans Affairs-Medical Primary Care Clinics Washington DC 1331 F Street Northwest 20004 202-745-8631

US Department of Veterans Affairs-Veteran Affairs Central Offices Washington DC 810 Vermont Avenue Northwest 20420 202-737-6969

US Department of Veterans Affairs-Washington DC Vet Center Washington DC 1250 Taylor Street Northwest 20011 202-726-8970


A Chamber of Commerce promotes economic development and business activity, either at the federal, state, or local level in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. The U.S. Department of Commerce provides government grants to District of Columbia local Chambers of Commerce as well as grants through multiple bureaus. It also provides market development awards for non-profit industries, including trade associations. Local Chambers of Commerce may also help member businesses secure Small Business Administration grants, business development grants, and economic development funding. Chambers of Commerce provide information about government grant programs on their websites.

District Of Columbia Chamber Of Commerce Washington DC 506 9th Street Northwest 20004 202-347-7201


A Department of Transportation is a state or federal agency that plans and develops transportation systems and infrastructure in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. The federal Department of Transportation offers several District of Columbia government grants, including grants for road, rail, transit, and port projects, as well as car and vanpool projects, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and transit research and safety improvements. State Departments of Transportation provide grants for private operators, senior centers, non-profits, and transit systems. District of Columbia government grant information is available on the Department of Transportation website.

District Of Columbia Department Of Transportation Washington DC 55 M Street Southeast 20003 202-673-6813

District Of Columbia Department Of Transportation Washington DC 941 North Capitol Street Northeast 20002 202-535-2209

District Of Columbia Department Of Transportation Washington DC 2000 14th Street Northwest 20009 202-541-6030

Federal Highway Administration Washington Washington DC 1200 New Jersey Avenue Southeast 20590 202-366-4000

Metropolitan Washington Transportation Planning Board Washington DC 777 North Capitol Street Northeast 20002 202-962-3200

Surface Transportation Board Washington DC 395 E Street Southwest 20024 202-245-0230


The Department of Defense is a federal agency responsible for national security in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. It also manages the U.S. Armed Forces, including the Army, Navy, and Air Force. The Department of Defense also offers educational grants through the National Security Education Program, which awards scholarships in District of Columbia to study languages and regions critical to national security. The program also funds District of Columbia ROTC students with grants, as well as teachers, in critical language areas. The National Security Education Program and the Department of Defense websites provide more information on District of Columbia government grants.

US Department of Defense - Pentagon Washington DC 1000 Defense Pentagon 20301 703-697-6114

US Department of Defense - Public Affairs Washington DC 1400 Defense Pentagon 20301 703-571-3343

US Department of Defense - Secretary of Defense Washington DC 4000 Defense Boulevard 20301 703-545-6700


An EPA Office is a local branch of the federal Environmental Protection Agency, which enforces environmental protections to create a cleaner, healthier environment in District of Columbia , District of Columbia. The District of Columbia EPA offers several government grants, including grants for environmental education programs designed to promote environmental awareness and community action grants to reduce toxic pollution in local environments. The EPA also administers environmental justice grants to organizations that work on local environmental and District of Columbia health issues. The federal EPA and local EPA Offices provide more information on their websites.

US EPA Headquarters Washington DC 1310 L Street Northwest 20005 202-272-0167

US EPA Headquarters Washington DC 1110 Vermont Avenue Northwest 20005 202-272-0167

US EPA Headquarters Washington DC 1724 F Street Northwest 20006 202-272-0167

US EPA Headquarters Washington DC 633 3rd Street Northwest 20535 202-272-0167

US EPA Headquarters Washington DC 529 14th Street Northwest 20045 202-272-0167

US EPA Headquarters - Charles Glover Building Washington DC 808 17th Street Northwest 20006 202-272-0167

US EPA Headquarters - Colorado Building Washington DC 1341 G Street Northwest 20005 202-272-0167

US EPA Headquarters - East Building Federal Triangle Complex Washington DC 1201 Constitution Avenue Northwest 20460 202-272-0167