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 27 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 visiting https://www.trinityrocks.com/trinity-foundation/make-a-gift-trinity-foundation/.
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
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