On Saturday, March 14, 2020, the Trinity community will come together to work side-by-side in service to our greater community and in support of the organizations with whom we have partnered.

Who Participates

All current families are invited!  We are fast at work arranging volunteer activities for everyone in our school community, including students in ECP through Grade 5, their parents and caregivers.

The Plan for Big Help Day

On March 14th, some volunteer activities will be held on the Upper Campus, while others will take place in our local community a short distance from campus. Activities will be available throughout the day, starting at 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:00 noon, 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm-7:30 pm.  Depending on the activity you choose, your volunteer commitment may span 1.5-3 hours. In a couple of weeks, we will share the specific volunteer activities we have organized and invite you to sign-up.  Some age restrictions will apply for certain activities.

Why we volunteer

In alignment with Trinity’s mission, Big Help Day will give our children confidence that they can take initiative to exercise their responsibility to our community. Volunteering teaches our children they have the capability to serve as stewards of our world. Even the smallest contributions can make a real difference in the lives of people, the environment, and organizations in need.  By showing Trinity Cares, we express our gratitude for our community and for the people around us.

This inaugural Big Help Day is organized by the Trinity Parents Association in partnership with Matt Allio, Kim Thacker, and Katy Roybal.

Join Us: March 14, 2020.

Save the Date: Family Sharing Chapel: March 23, 2020

Volunteer
Grass Roots Ecology

Grassroots Ecology leverages the power of volunteers to create healthy lands across Silicon Valley. We restore native plants to open spaces and neighborhoods, steward creeks and watersheds, and provide hands-on nature education.

Operation Care and Comfort

OCC’s nationally recognized programs support troops, veterans and their families while serving in conflict regions while serving on humanitarian missions, and when they return home.

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford

Stanford Children’s Health is the only health care system in the San Francisco Bay Area—and one of the few in the country—exclusively dedicated to pediatric and obstetric care. Our physicians and health care teams offer comprehensive clinical services, from treatments for rare and complex conditions to well-child care at more than 60 locations.

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Life Moves

LifeMoves provides interim housing and supportive services for homeless families and individuals to rapidly return to stable housing and achieve long-term self-sufficiency. On any given night, we feed, clothe and house over 850 Peninsula and Silicon Valley residents experiencing homelessness.

Samaritan House

share a partner organization

Since 1974, Samaritan House has brought a new level of hope, dignity, and empowerment to our neighbors living in poverty, fulfilling their immediate needs and guiding them to self-reliance.