funds provided by an organization to an applicant for a project.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
grant (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to consent to carry out for a person allow fulfillment of - grant a request
b) to permit as a right, privilege, or favor - luggage allowances granted to passengers
2.
to bestow or transfer formally - grant a scholarship to a student , specifically to give the possession or title of by a deed
3.
a) to be willing to concede
b) to assume to be true - granting that you are correct
grant (noun)
1.
the act of - granting
2.
something - granted , especially a gift (as of land or money) for a particular purpose
3.
a) a transfer of property by deed or writing
b) the instrument by which such a transfer is made , also the property so transferred
4.
a minor territorial division of Maine, New Hampshire, or Vermont originally granted by the state to an individual or institution
Grant (biographical name)
Cary 1904–1986 originally Am. (Brit.-born) actor - Archibald Alexander Leach
Grant (biographical name)
Ulysses S. 1822–1885 originally Am. gen.; 18th pres. of the United States (1869–77) - Hiram Ulysses Grant
grant (Wikipedia)

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