Trinity High School is once again being a Beacon of Light for those affected by the devastation of hurricanes. Last year, Trinity (along with St. Margaret Mary and St. Edward grade schools), personally delivered more than one ton of supplies and $7,000 to support communities affected by Hurricane Maria.
In the wake of Hurricane Michael’s impact, Trinity has reopened the school’s Beacon of Light mission program and will collect donations from Monday, Oct. 29 until Friday, Nov. 2.
The Beacon of Light program will support the faculty and students of Jinks Middle School in Panama City, a school of just over 600 students. They experienced major damage to their school and the surrounding community took devastating losses from Hurricane Michael. For some Jinks students, this is their second hurricane in 13 months. Jinks helped students and their families who had lost homes from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico rebuild in Panama City.
Trinity welcomes donations of flashlights, batteries, new and gently used clothing, bedding, towels, and personal hygiene items, as well as any monetary contributions.
On November 4, Trinity faculty and staff will use a box truck (provided by Sternberg Truck and Van Rental) to deliver the donations to Jinks Middle School families.
For more information about the Beacon of Light mission, please contact Trinity social studies instructor Chad L. Waggoner at 502.338.9479.
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