Synergy's coaching services are designed to get clients closer to reaching their professional and/or personal financial goals. Our coaches specialize in understanding and finding available funding programs, as well as directing your funding proposal efforts. When clients are invited into the coaching program, their unique interests and needs are used to pair them with a coach who will customize instruction to these personal needs.
Through the Synergy funding coaching program, clients will learn how to effectively apply for funds. Typically, grants and funding are available for:
Business start-up and expansion
Real estate restoration and preservation
Food, nutrition, housing, health care and/or energy-saving projects
Social-, environmental-, and community-development/improvement projects
Disaster preservation and relief
The arts, music, and writing
Available funding includes (but is not limited to):
Sponsorships by non-profit organizations and/or corporations
In addition to Grant/Funding coaching, Synergy also offers coaching for real estate investing. To view Synergy’s Real Estate Investing Coaching services, click here.
A record $303,000 in grants awarded to local nonprofits
Rock Island, IL – Twenty-six area nonprofit organizations were awarded $303,000 April 25 during The Amy Helpenstell Foundation's Spring Grant Reception at Stoney Creek Inn in Moline. This is the largest amount of funding awarded by the Foundation in a single grant cycle.
Continuing its emphasis on addressing eating disorders, the Foundation granted $50,000 to fund the Quad Cities Eating Disorder Consortium, which promotes awareness, understanding, diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders in the greater Quad Cities area. Amy Helpenstell passed away in 2003 from complications related to an eating disorder. Ms. Helpenstell created the Foundation through her estate to support causes related to health, education, youth development, community development and cultural activities within a 60-mile radius of Rock Island, where she lived and worked.
HUD awards Davis County $673,000 in housing grants
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded Davis County $673,483 for affordable housing and community development, according to a department statement.
The funds come from HUD’s Community Development Block Grants (CDBG), the statement said, which are designed to help local and state governments with their own community development priorities.
"As we work under the challenges of our nation's deficit, we must also understand that these programs are absolutely essential in promoting community development, producing affordable housing, helping our homeless and even supporting long-term disaster recovery," HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan said in the statement.
Fattah Helps Award $960,000 in Affordable Housing Grants to Aid Veterans, Women with Special Needs, the Mentally Ill Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/03/22/5284512/fattah-helps-award-960000-in-affordable.html#storylink=cpy
Chaka Fattah (D-PA-02) announced today that sponsors of affordable housing developments across the city will receive a total of $960,000 in grant money to help them complete their projects.
The grants, made under the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLBank) of Pittsburgh's Affordable Housing Program (AHP) with the assistance of Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania, PNC Bank and TD Bank, will help provide much-needed housing to challenged veterans, women with special needs and their children, individuals with chronic mental illness and victims of domestic violence. A total of 74 additional units of affordable housing will be available in the city once all four projects are completed.
Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2013/03/22/5284512/fattah-helps-award-960000-in-affordable.html#storylink=cpy
UConn Health Center Awarded Grant to Establish Early Childhood Personnel Center
The U.S. Department of Education has announced a $1.2 million grant to the University of Connecticut Health Center to establish an Early Childhood Personnel Center to serve as a national resource for professionals serving infants, toddlers, and preschool children with disabilities and their families.
According to a news release by the U.S. Department of Education, the Early Childhood Personnel Center will address a need identified in recent studies to strengthen the skills of the early childhood workforce to improve developmental and learning outcomes for the very young with disabilities.
I needed a 4 million dollar grant to purchase an existing golf course. After my coaching experience at Synergy, I have been approved by three foundations so far and one of the foundations was out of Utah, where I live. One of the grants was a community block grant and I am still working to aquire other golf courses.
"Teresa, my Synergy coach, was great. She took me to all the sites and reviewed them with me. She is an easy person to talk with and gave a lot of encouragement when I feel couldn't go on. Thank you Synergy!"