Trinity Shares Our Values
We Believe in the Mission
The Prentice family talks about why philanthropy is important to them and why giving to a nonprofit school like Trinity aligns with their values. Stay to the end for a very touching moment where Nigel talks directly to his son about why their family supports Trinity and invests so much time and resources in education.
You Can See the Impact
Volunteering Inspired Us to Give
Morgan and John Burnham explain how spending time on campus inspired them to support various programs across campus. The generosity of our community enables us to provide exceptional programs, small class sizes, a strong student-teacher ratio, innovative approaches to instruction, and an unyielding commitment to training teachers and educating young people.
We Are All-In
We Treasure the Community and People
Shelly Bain, Chair of the Board of Trustees (2020-2022) talks about her experience leading Trinity's big-picture strategy during the pandemic and why she and her husband are all-in when it comes to philanthropy at Trinity.
Donating Your Time and Talent
There are more ways to support Trinity than just financially. Parent Council manages volunteer opportunities, and there are so many ways to get involved, no matter your skillset or availablability.
Giving Initiatives & Programs
Each color of the Philanthropy Pinwheel represents a different way you can create possibilities for our school and children. Like a pinwheel, all of our initiatives work together to create momentum and power the best experience for our students and families.
See the Impact
It’s not about the money. It’s what the money can do. We're proud of our track record. We leverage generosity to build and grow our programs, and we have an unyielding commitment to fiscal responsibility along the way.
Want to learn more about how you can create real change and have an impact now and for years to come? Talk to our Development team to learn more about how you can support our community and mission to nurture the whole child.