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.
Hingham Police awarded grant to address underage drinking Read more: Hingham Police awarded grant to address underage drinking - Hingham, Massachusetts - The Hingham Journal http://www.wickedlocal.com/hingham/news/x1612623056/Hingham-Police-awarded-grant
The Hingham Police have been awarded a $5,000 grant for
use in addressing underage drinking.
The grant is funded through the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) and is for use March through September 30, 2012.
Thanks to Uncle Sam, the Howard Fire Company can get a new tanker truck.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency gave the company a $193,990 grant to help pay for replacing an aging, converted milk truck. Rep. Glenn Thompson, R-Howard Township, recently announced the grant, which came from the 2011 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program.
Collin Alterio, company chief, said in a news release that a new truck will allow his firefighters to better fight blazes in his coverage area, almost all of which lacks hydrants. The vehicle is expected to cost $250,000, with the company paying the balance after the grant.
Crossroads Farmers Market, in Takoma Park, received more than $100,000 in grants from the local, state and federal level Wednesday during a visit from USDA Undersecretary for Food and Nutrition, Kevin Concannon.
Federal grants awarded to fight housing discrimination in MI
CHICAGO – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) earlier this month awarded more than $1.2 million to four fair housing organizations and non-profit agencies in Michigan to educate the public and combat housing and lending discrimination. Nationally, HUD awarded more than $40.8 million to 108 organizations.
The Michigan groups receiving the money include the Fair Housing of Metropolitan Detroit ($180,740), the Legal Services of Eastern Michigan ($259,384), Fair Housing Center of Southwest Michigan (grants of $183,549 and $302,766), and the Fair Housing Center of West Michigan ($274,604).
"Applied for a no doc mortgage on the Holly Lane house which gave us $102,000. With this we will pay off the home equity line of credit and the cash advance. The balance will pay for the repairs on 903 Main Street which we will flip for $65 to $70K."
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