Alumni Phonathon

Calling All Alumni!
Alumni Phonathon Dates Set, Volunteers Needed.

Each year, The Alumni Phonathon brings in tens of thousands of dollars, all of which are used to help provide tuition assistance to families with a demonstrated need. These funds are critical to ensure young men have access to the experience of a Trinity education.

Please register to volunteer today and help us on one or multiple evenings!

Your time commitment would involve 3 hours, from 5:30 p.m. till 8:30 p.m., including an instruction session. We will meet in either the Alumni Hall or Convocation Hall, depending on the evening, and a hearty chili supper will be provided.

Alumni Phonathon Dates

Thursday, October 18

Tuesday, October 23

Wednesday, October 24

Thursday, October 25

        Tuesday, October 30

Thursday, November 1

Tuesday, November 6

Wednesday, November 7

Thursday, November 8

When to Expect Our Call

We host two calling seasons each fiscal year. The first campaign is the Alumni Phonathon which begins in October and runs through the middle of November.

The second calling season begins in February and runs through March. The second calling season is coordinated by Trinity students which helps us wrap up the final leg of the Trinity Annual Fund Campaign.


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

Trinity High School Foundation


Email: ths.foundation@thsrock.net
Phone: 502.736.2100

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