Gifts of $1,250 or more are considered leadership gifts. Donors who give at that level each year become members of the 1953 Society, which recognizes them for that level of generosity.
The 1953 Society is named after the year in which Trinity was founded.
During Trinity’s Pride Week, our 1953 Society donors are recognized at the 1953 Society Dinner. This dinner also recognizes the creators of scholarships and the students who are recipients of those scholarships.
For more information on ways your generosity can benefit Trinity High School, contact:
Trinity High School Foundation
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