CelebraTion 2020 Special Notice:
Cancellation of Onsite Gala
Given the COVID-19 pandemic and following recommendations from local government and health officials, we are making the difficult decision to cancel the on-campus CelebraTion dinner auction for this year.
This event attracts a large segment of the population that is vulnerable to this virus. This is a very painful decision to make. It impacts hundreds of hours of preparation by our devoted and wonderful volunteers. It challenges the understanding and generosity of our corporate sponsors, donors and patrons. And, in particular, it puts at risk the financial support this event generates for the benefit of our students.
We will issue an opportunity next week for those who want to contribute to the financial aid appeal that takes place the night of the event.
We hope that the Trinity community steps up and assists us in making this year’s event a success even in light of this unforeseen world health crisis.
For those wishing a refund of their event ticket, please contact Michelle Walters at 736-2139.
Thank you for your support and understanding!
The link to our online auction site is: https://one.bidpal.net/cel20/welcome
Trinity is happy to announce our silent auction is now open! Browse items and purchase raffle tickets here!
CelebraTion is Trinity’s huge annual event bringing together the community to raise funds in support of student activity and need-based financial aid programs.
The fundraiser was born out of necessity when Trinity experienced a budget shortfall more than 50 years ago. What emerged then and what has evolved today is a true expression of the resourcefulness that has been our hallmark. CelebraTion has evolved into a beautiful, fun evening to gather with the Trinity Family and support “this place” called Trinity.
For more information, contact
the CelebraTion team:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (502) 736-2139
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