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.
Local grant will go to safety trailer to teach residents how to evacuate Read more: Hudson Reporter - Local grant will go to safety trailer to teach residents how to evacuate
SECAUCUS AND BEYOND – U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-8th) Monday afternoon joined Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli and Fire Chief George Schoenrock at the town’s Sept. 11 Memorial to announce that the Department of Homeland Security has awarded a new federal Firefighter Investment Response Enhancement (FIRE) Assistance to Firefighter Grant (AFG) to the Secaucus Fire Department for $61,071. Assemblyman Vincent Prieto, local council members, police officers, and volunteer firefighters were on hand for the announcement.
The grant, made through the Fire Prevention & Safety program (FP&S) and the only funding awarded to New Jersey in this cycle, will be used to purchase a safety trailer that will serve as a tool to teach residents how to evacuate a burning home. The total amount of FP&S grants awarded nationally was $4.3 million for this cycle.
Read more: Hudson Reporter - Local grant will go to safety trailer to teach residents how to evacuate
The grants from the USDA will support water and development projects in southern West Virginia.
WASHINGTON D.C. -- U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall, D- W. Va., and Sens. Jay Rockefeller, D- W.Va., and Joe Manchin, D-W.Va, announced that $2.3 million in U.S. Department of Agriculture grants have been awarded to projects across southern West Virginia.
“This infrastructure funding is an investment in building a brighter, more prosperous future for our children and grandchildren,” said Rahall. “By investing in our communities and infrastructure to attract new businesses, we can reap big economic dividends that will help to grow the economy and create jobs, as well as shrink the deficit.”
Three Harvard professors - an economist who studies racial disparities, a physicist who probes the quantum behavior of ultracold atoms, and a clinical psychologist working to better understand suicide and how to stop people from harming themselves - are among the 22 people awarded MacArthur “genius’’ grants today.
The three local recipients of the $500,000, five-year awards are all under 40: Roland Fryer, 34, a professor of economics; Markus Greiner, 38, an associate professor of physics; and Matthew Nock, 38, a professor of psychology.
The Valley Spring Community Association will be able to restore a focal building with the help of a $24,000 community development grant.
Central Texas Electric Cooperative and the Lower Colorado River Authority provided the grant to help with restorations of an old school building that has more recently been used for community purposes.
The grant funds will help bring the building up to date with central heating and air conditioning, handicap-accessible bathrooms, kitchen cabinets, repair windows, re-plaster walls, refinish wooden floors and ceilings, upgrade electrical wiring and paint throughout.
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