#ROCKSGive

Thank you to everyone that participated in #ROCKSGive! Final totals are being tallied and will be announced soon!

Our 24-hour day of giving launched at midnight on September 28 and the Trinity family took to social media to like, share and re-tweet #ROCKSGive posts from Trinity’s social media sites.

Posts included pictures and testimonials from alumni, parents and students encouraging the Trinity community to participate in #ROCKSGive which benefits the Trinity Annual Fund.

The Trinity Annual Fund helps make the Trinity experience accessible to all students by providing tuition assistance to families with a demonstrated need. 100 percent of all gifts to the Trinity Annual Fund go to need based financial aid. If you missed #ROCKSGive, you can still make a gift to the Trinity Annual Fund by clicking here.

The entire Trinity Family appreciates your generosity!
THANK YOU and GO ROCKS!


For more information on ways your generosity can benefit Trinity High School, contact:

Trinity High School Foundation


Email: ths.foundation@trinityrocks.com
Phone: 502.736.2100

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