The Philanthropy Pinwheel
The Philanthropy Pinwheel symbolizes our giving opportunities. Each color represents a different way you can create possibilities for our school and our children. Like a pinwheel, our initiatives are interconnected. They are part of the same whole, and all of them work together to create momentum. Through philanthropy, we can put in motion the brightest future and the best experience for our students.
The Trinity Promise
Expanding Our Programs
Since our founding in 1999, we have depended on capital campaigns to meet the capacity needs of the school. Our “pay it forward” mindset continues with The Trinity Promise, which will serve students, families and faculty by adding critically needed space to support high-quality programs. Email us for details.
Addressing Short-Term Needs
We do not receive financial support from a parish, a diocese or the government. As the name implies, the Annual Fund pays for annual expenses like our forward-thinking curriculum, classroom supplies, faculty salaries, facility operations and much more.
Uniting Our Community
Special events are opportunities to bring the whole community together. Some are designated as fundraisers, such as A Night To Shine, and others are solely “friend raisers.” All are important and offer a time to celebrate the Trinity family.
Serving Disadvantaged Students
Over the summer, students can experience a substantial, cumulative erosion of reading and math skills that can leave them years behind their peers. Horizons is a national program proven to overcome summer learning loss, and Trinity is the first and only Horizons chapter in Texas.
Securing Our Future
An endowment is the ultimate source of long-term security because it provides perpetual support. Some gifts to endowments are restricted to a specific purpose. Others can be to our general endowment, which supports areas of greatest need.
Building Your Legacy
Planned gifts are estate planning options that can be highly effective ways to advance the mission of Trinity and support future generations of students. There are even ways that families can give to their own relatives and loved ones while also helping the school.