Trinity Services Giving Tuesday 2018

Feel the good that comes from giving.

A fundraising campaign for Trinity Services Inc.

Feel the good that comes from giving.

More than 3,500 adults and children with developmental disabilities and mental illness depend on Trinity Services to provide them with the quality care, services and supports they need to flourish and live full and abundant lives.

Through residential, community day, employment, behavioral health, and well-being services, Trinity helps people achieve their personal goals and experience greater independence.

Trinity helps people flourish in a wide range of ways, from aiding someone in gaining greater communication abilities through the use of assistive technology to assisting someone else to live in their own apartment for the first time.

Trinity prides itself on being able to help people live their best possible lives. Unfortunately, government funding alone cannot fully cover the costs associated with helping people live the lives they want to live and do the things they want to do.

This #GivingTuesday, Trinity Services is seeking your support to help provide more fulfilling experiences and create more possibilities for people receiving supports. Every gift helps open doors for people who have stood outside of them for too long. Every gift helps set the bar higher on what it means to flourish for the people Trinity serves — ensuring improvements at homes and programs, enhancing curriculum at community day services, and providing opportunities for people to learn, achieve and attain more.

The people supported by Trinity Services count on the support of generous donors like you. Thank you for being a friend and helping Trinity provide.

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About the Organization

Trinity Services, founded in 1950, is a nonprofit, non-sectarian organization that provides services and supports to persons with disabilities, so that they may flourish and live full and abundant lives.

Today, Trinity is a fully accredited human service organization that serves more than 3,500 children and adults who have intellectual/developmental disabilities or mental health needs. Services include a school, residential options, adult learning programs, in-home supports, a therapeutic horseback riding program, respite services, a drop-in center for working persons, and a wide range of therapeutic services.

Trinity has a presence in more than 30 Illinois communities in Will, Cook, DuPage, DeKalb, Grundy, Madison, Peoria, Jackson and St. Clair counties.