Department of Homeless Services
The Department of Homeless Services partners with Trinity to pursue homelessness prevention through its Homebase program. Homebase representatives visit Trinity’s Brown Bag Lunch program twice a month to assist anyone who needs to avoid an eviction. Trinity also works with Manhattan Outreach Consortium to provide cold weather beds, and supports the efforts of the Bowery Residents’ Committee Street Outreach team to engage street homeless in our neighborhood.
Human Resources Administration (HRA)
New York City’s Human Resources Administration (HRA) partners with Trinity to make the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food stamps) more accessible to those who can benefit from it. HRA staff regularly visit Trinity’s Brown Bag Lunch program to help guests with SNAP benefits and other needs. Learn more.
Public School Collaborations
Trinity partners with Leadership and Public Service High School to support and enhance programs and art classes, such as our photography workshop with the Desmond Tutu Foundation.
Food Bank for New York
Trinity is part of the Food Bank for New York’s Tiered Engagement Network (TEN), a database of service providers that assists with client referrals.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. Trinity partners with Girls Who Code by hosting weekly workshops for high school students.
NYC Service connects volunteers with opportunities for service in New York City. Trinity is part of NYC Services Strategic Volunteerism Coalition for 2017.