The Giving Tree

The Giving Tree

Now through December 13
 

In a holiday season like no other, make someone in our community feel special this Christmas. Purchase a Christmas gift to support children, adults, and seniors served by several of Trinity’s partner organizations in New York City. Your gifts will go to fellow New Yorkers who, like all of us, have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, many of whom wouldn’t receive gifts this year without your help.

Simply select a trusted Trinity partner organization below and you’ll be directed to an online registry. From there, you can pick out a gift, which cost about $30 each, and it will be sent directly to the organization, which will distribute the gift to your recipient before Christmas.

Be sure to select the gift registry shipping address when you check out, so your gift goes directly to the organization.

For more information, contact GivingTree@trinitywallstreet.org.


Send a gift to Trinity’s Compassion Market* ⟶

Trinity Church Wall Street’s Compassion Market supports an emergency food pantry at St. Paul’s Chapel and provides meals and necessary hygiene items on a weekly basis to anyone who needs them. *Please include a gift bag. You’ll see the gift bag add-on under “Gift Options” during checkout.


Thanks to your generosity, the gifts for the following organizations have been purchased.

Grand Street Settlement

Grand Street Settlement connects New Yorkers to opportunities that inspire, services that keep families strong, and programs that bring communities closer.

Hour Children

Hour Children works with incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children, as well as members of their community in Long Island City.

Kianga House

Kianga House, a transitional family shelter, works with young women, 18–24 years old, who are pregnant or parenting one infant or toddler.

St. Margaret’s House

St. Margaret’s House is a community of older adults, ages 62 and over, and mobility-impaired people ages 18 and up. Residents come from a variety of cultural backgrounds and neighborhoods.