Trinity's ministry program that provides food, drink and small bites of hospitality to those in need in Lower Manhattan. Handing out over 250 bags across two days a week, the program has been a part of Trinity since 2009. For more information please contact Bryan Parsons at 646-216-6413 or email@example.com.
Charlotte’s Place is a neighborhood center launched in the spring of 2011 by Trinity Wall Street to build and sustain healthy, diverse community in Lower Manhattan. Although it is a physical space, it is the state of mind, the attitude, and the focus on what Parker Palmer calls, “a safe space for the soul” that defines what we do and who we are. Our core values are hospitality, empathy, and compassion. In addition to our daily open hours (12-2pm, Monday through Friday), we offer live music, homeless services and ministries, family events, yoga, community forums, performances, spiritual retreats, free wifi and public computers, film series, trainings—whatever we as a community can think of—to build the skills and connections for a diverse and healthy community.
Schools are community institutions and, like other institutions within a community, will only be successful with strong community support. We believe in the private support of public schools - a partnership of concerned community, civic and private sector individuals who are committed to improving public schools in New York. For more information, please contact Anita Chan at 212-602-0846 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provide basic classroom supplies to all schools in Lower Manhattan so that our children have the essential materials they need to succeed. For more information, please contact Ariella Louie at 212-602-0714 or email@example.com.
Volunteers are invited to read books to local elementary school students and discuss the book afterwards. For more information, please contact Ariella Louie at 212-602-0714 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A partnership with Learning Leaders to promote literacy in the NYC public school system. Volunteers are paired with a student, read a book together and engage in literary discussions via emailed letters. For more information, please contact Ariella Louie at 212-602-0714 or email@example.com.
Tutor high schools students as they prepare for their Regents exams. For more information, please contact Ariella Louie at 212-602-0714 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trinity Wall Street is committed to 'Raising up a Generation of Leaders. The Episcopal Service Corps (ESC) is a national federation of young adult service programs that focus on intentional community, vocational discernment, and spirituality. Trinity Wall Street supported this growing new movement by seeding new programs from 2008-2011 and providing support to ESC's expanding organization. For more information, please contact Erin Weber-Johnson at 347.525.4339 or email@example.com.
The Transformational Fellows Program works with one Anglican/Episcopal partner per year to recognize church leadership, whether lay or ordained, doing transformational work at the community level or some of society’s most challenging issues. Previous Fellows have been recognized in partnership with local dioceses in the United States and South Africa. For more information please contact, Sarah Grapentine at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-602-0720.
Opportunity for members of the Trinity Wall Street community to engage in service through relationships and partnerships built in New York City, New Orleans, Panama and Burundi. For more information, contact Maggy Charles at email@example.com or call 212.602.0709.
Trinity Wall Street seeks to fund job creation rather job training in the seven New York City communities that send most inmates to New York State prisons. Trinity supports local financial institutions that offer loans to local neighborhood businesses (that are often turned down by the large commercial banks). In 2012, Trinity will expand its commitment to the alternative neighborhood economy through seeking financial intermediary partners who can support small business creation and expansion within the seven New York City neighborhoods that face the toughest economic climates and who have a disproportionate numbers of their members incarcerated. For more information on our jobs initiative, please contact Holly Coats at 212-602-0713 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trinity supports prisoners and their loved ones through education, advocacy, re-entry, and work that prevents future incarceration. Activities include visits to prisons; writing to prisoners; and partnering with other organizations to lobby for prison reform and humane legislation. Contact Roz Hall at 718-388-6747 or email@example.com more information.
A time of fellowship for knitters, crocheters, and those who want to learn. The group creates prayer shawls, items for children of incarcerated persons, afghans, gifts for the Christmas at Sea program of the Seamen’s Church Institute, and other items in response to requests from other ministries. Supplies are provided. Contact Dolores Osborne at 718-622-6981 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Task Force addresses issues of diversity and racial justice in church and society through education, service, and prayer. We provide a forum for dialog and activities to encourage all people to live out the Gospel in unity and harmony. Contact Roz Hall, Gabriel Bonadie, and Selvena Mosley at at 718-388-6747 or email@example.com for more information.
Trinity Wall Street supports local Anglican responses to major natural disasters through donations, collections, and networking. Previous efforts have included responses to Hurricane Katrina, the earthquake in Haiti in 2010 and the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in 2011. Contact Sarah Grapentine at 212-602-0720 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Trinity Wall Street has been in partnership with the Anglican Communion in Africa for over thirty years through grant-making, convening, partnership visits and hospitality. For more information, please contact the Reverend Canon Benjamin Musoke-Lubega at 212-602-0715 or email@example.com.