Growth of the Trinity Annual Fund is critical. The fund subsidizes all tuition assistance programs, is the Trinity High School Foundation’s cornerstone fund-raising program and is designed to assist families with making the best available educational experience more accessible. We need your help to ensure Trinity remains a viable option for all who want to enjoy the educational experience we have to offer.
All this is made possible through the incredible support and generosity of alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of Trinity. That’s how the small school in the east end got its start in 1953, and today is no different. None of what Trinity has achieved would be possible without the charitable contributions of so many who came before us, as well as those with us now.
This annual effort begins July 1 and ends June 30 with a number of options available for making gifts:
- One-time annual contribution
- An annual commitment with quarterly or monthly contributions
- A multi-year commitment with annual, quarterly or monthly contributions
And giving is easy. Contributions can be made using cash, check, credit card, corporate matching gifts and/or stock. You can also:
- Click the “Make A Gift” button and complete the information
- Mail it in a Trinity Annual Fund envelope (found in the quarterly Leader magazine)
- Call it in at (502) 736-2156
- Take it to campus and ask for Brian Monell ’86
All unrestricted gifts, memorial/honorary gifts and endowed scholarships are part of the Trinity Annual Fund.
For more information on ways your generosity can benefit Trinity High School, contact:
Trinity High School Foundation
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