Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018 is a special day for the entire Trinity Family. On this day, Trinity kicks off its fifth annual 24 hour day of giving.
In its first four years, #ROCKSGive has engaged numerous students, alumni, parents, grandparents and friends raising thousands of dollars for tuition assistance while sustaining a fun, fast-paced conversation on social media.
Today we hope you will help continue this tradition. Together, let’s make this the greatest day of giving in school history!
Here’s how you can participate:
We invite you to make your gift today! See the online giving form below. All gifts make a difference regardless of the amount. It’s all about participation! 100%of all gifts go to tuition assistance and your gift will help many young men have the Trinity experience. As an added incentive two anonymous donors have agreed to match all gifts of $100 or more up to $20,000!
Spread the word
Other than giving back, the best way to help is by inviting your friends to get involved! Tag your friends, share your Trinity memories and be sure to use the hashtag #ROCKSGive.
Follow the action
We will be all over social media throughout the day! Be sure to “Like” or “Follow” Trinity High School on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn!
Show your ROCK pride
Make a gift and then let your classmates and friends know that you supported #ROCKSGive! Post a selfie wearing your favorite Trinity gear!
For more information on ways your generosity can benefit Trinity High School, contact:
Trinity High School Foundation
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