Many hands make light work
We know we can’t do all the great work we set out to do without the many helping hands (and hearts!) our volunteers provide. It is not an unusual school week to have 50-100 volunteers serving lunch, tutoring, ministering at Mass, coaching, attending meetings and more.
We cherish the ongoing support of our many, many volunteers. We love the example you set for our students and the sense of ownership you bring to your work while sharing your talents with us.
If you’d like to be a part of this heroic brigade of givers, check out they ways you can get involved or contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Kori Marshall.
Spirit of Blessed Trinity
We have a long standing tradition at Blessed Trinity to award the Spirit of Blessed Trinity to an individual or group who clearly exemplifies our purpose. Recognizing these recipients for the work they do to support the growth and education of our children is one small way we can say thank you.
The Spirit of Blessed Trinity is awarded at our Grand Gala in December.
Friend of Blessed Trinity
The Friend of Blessed Trinity award is given to members of our community who selflessly give of themselves in support of our school. We are so blessed to be able to call on the time, talents and treasures of so many volunteers. These friends are current and alumni parents as well as parishioners of our supporting parishes and others in our deanery.
The Friend of Blessed Trinity award is presented at our Volunteer Celebration Mass, usually at the end of May.