That's kind of not the point. They won't hand out funds just because you ask nicely and promise to make stuff.
They pretty much always want to see that you can do it before they open their wallets.
Grants don't have to be paid back. That's true. They're also not charity. They aren't handed out just for shits and giggles. They come with paperwork usually -- and grant proposals are so difficult and arcane that there are people who work as grant proposal writers.
Understand why companies or organizations hand out grants. They often do so because they see a potential for helping someone who could not otherwise help themselves. Hence a startup in a disadvantaged area might qualify for a grant because they aren't able to develop a market as readily as a startup in a richer area.
And here's what Google found -- and I know you can Google; you've done it before. https://www.artspace.com/magazine/art_101/guide/the-9-best-grants-for-artists-55606
You will need to read and do your own research. And this is putting the cart before the horse, anyway.
Have you made anything
? I mean anything
. For years, I've seen you talk about art, a lot. And that's great! But it's not moving you forward.
You don't need special pencils or paper to make art. You don't need money. You don't need software or a computer. Get a pencil and scratch paper and start drawing. Then draw some more. Yes, I know, you want to make computer art.
Do the pencil and paper stuff first. Get sorted everything from what your characters will look like to their proportions.
Make some art.