Why We Created…
Read all about us, One day, I was facing a significant financial crunch in my life. I was looking for some financial support, I tried to get help in every possible way.
One of my friends asks me to search for low-income families. I found a lot of websites but nothing was found useful.
But at the same time, I found such a good blog to make money online by writing a blog. I joined a training institute where I learn many things with practical exposure. Then I decided to write a blog where I can help those who are looking for the same, as I did. So I start this https://lowincomeassistance.net to provide the best quality and authentic information. We are 10 members in our media publisher house, and our team of writers is well experienced. They are dedicated to presenting only relevant information in brief.
Who We Are…
We are a group of 10 people, working hard to provide you with real solutions to your problem. I am Matt Senso the founder and CEO of the blog Low Income Assistance blog (https://lowincomeassistance.net). I am working with multiple charity organizations that help people in need. But as I have seen many people approach in the wrong way, that’s why they failed to get instant help. So here I will guide you on the proper way to get in touch with the charity organization. Our blog will educate you on all types of government grants, so it will increase the chance of getting approved for Govt grants. Rest assured all the information on the blog will be purely research-based, and the most suitable answers to the user’s query.
Meet Our Team….
Here are all our team members, with their respected position in the company.
Founder and CEO of this blog, diploma in automobile engineering. More than 10 years of experience in social services & charity organizations. Love to help people, turning conventional into exceptional by simply educating them.
Daniel Fogoros is a former Low-Income Assistance authority on the government grants program. He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Columbia and a master’s in education from Georgia State University. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, and elsewhere.