News/Events

Thank you, Kroger!

Kroger helps us bring hope and help to those we serve. The Community Rewards Program of Kroger brings donations to our non-profit agency.

Thank you, also, to all Kroger shoppers who have registered Kroger Plus cards for Syntero! Please remind your friends and neighbors that they can help Syntero by registering their cards, too. No fuel rewards or other perks are ever effected. www.krogercommunityrewards.com.

Just swipe and shop with your Kroger Plus card. The more you shop, the more money Syntero will earn!

Thank you from the bottom of our Syntero hearts!

Catalyst for Positive Change Was A Great Success!

Syntero Board Chair Marilee Chinnici-Zuercher, Board Vice-Chair, James “Satch” Sullinger & Julie Erwin Rinaldi, Syntero, Inc. CEO/Exec. Dir.

On May 4, 2018 Syntero hosted a celebration event recognizing the community service leadership and volunteerism from students from throughout our community. Forty high school students were congratulated for a wide range of service projects including coaching special needs athletes, church and ministry efforts, community free clinics and many school clubs and organizations.

Dale E. Heydlauff, Senior Vice President, AEP Corporate Communications and President, AEP Foundation was the MC for the Catalyst event. Our keynote speaker, James “Satch” Sullinger, shared his inspiring story with our award winning students, their parents and school educators.

You can view photos taken of the event and of each student recognized here, using password: Syntero.

Aging In Place Community Conversation

A Strategic Focus

The City of Dublin is working to launch a comprehensive Aging In Place Plan for our residents involving many aspects, including mobility and transportation, housing, health and wellness. Reviewed by the Community Services Advisory Commission and accepted by Dublin City Council, the City’s Aging In Place plan is a strategic priority as we plan for our city’s future.

Our Partners

Partnering with the Ohio University College of Health Sciences and Professions, the City of Dublin has gathered nearly 30 agencies and service providers, including Syntero, to envision a future where Dublin is a healthy and vibrant place for all ages to thrive. The spring and summer, we will host Community Conversations with our older adult residents and caregivers to learn more about each group’s needs.

Our Focus Areas

Based on the input from our service providers, we are working to create a comprehensive action plan involving the following topics:

  • Technology
  • Transportation
  • Supporting neighbor-to-neighbor connections
  • Developing online resources
  • Partnering with expert providers
  • Remaining innovative in recreation, wellness, in-home/in-neighborhood and accessibility to services

Your Input Is Needed

As we move forward with planning, we want to learn more in the areas of health, wellness and social service delivery from our residents and caregivers.

Please download the attached flyer to learn more about the dates and locations, and to access RSVP information.

 

Register your child for Syntero Summer Groups – Delaware County

 

Syntero summer groups are back by popular demand:  Elementary to High School, all students are welcome!

All Groups are FREE to any student in Big Walnut Local, Buckeye Valley Local, Olentangy Local and Delaware City Schools.

Download our Summer Groups Flyer for Delaware County here.

Registration will open May 1, REGISTER HERE

Or email us for more information.

 

Register your child for Syntero Summer Groups – Franklin County

 

Syntero summer groups are back by popular demand:  Elementary to High School, all students are welcome!

All Groups are FREE to any student in Dublin, Grandview, Hilliard & Upper Arlington City Schools.

Locations in Hilliard, Dublin, and Upper Arlington.

Download our Summer Groups for Franklin County here.

To Register:  Click here

Or email us for more information.