Supporting Worthwhile Causes      

Each year, we support a nonprofit organization doing good throughout our communities. We collect donations from our residents on their behalf and at the end of the year, we match the donations, dollar for dollar. We make donating easy. Simply choose a donation amount when paying rent online.

 

Get To Know The United Nations World Food Programme

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has been on the front lines of the world’s worst hunger crises since 1962, providing lifesaving meals to 100 million of the world’s most vulnerable people in more than 80 countries each year. New data shows COVID-19 could DOUBLE the number of severely hungry people this year. WFP does whatever it takes to deliver lifesaving food to those most in need around the world, like providing meals in schools, distributing staples during emergencies, and delivering food vouchers in conflict zones.
 

Organizations That We Have Assisted      

Together we have made a difference. It has been our great pleasure to assist many charitable and non-profit institutions throughout our years running the Together program.

* Contributions are not tax deductible

** Your contribution is added to your transaction at no additional cost and the convenience fee is free when you pay with an e-check!

*** Organizations name, emblems and copyrighted materials are used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, express or implied, of any product, service, company, opinion or political position. Organizations logo is a registered trademark owned by the Organizations.

 
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In Proud Partnership With Move For Hunger      

Trinity has partnered with Move for Hunger to mobilize renters to reduce food waste and fight hunger. The average apartment community can collect enough food to provide 700 meals to those in need each year. With 41 million people struggling with hunger across the nation, our support will help feed so many more.

 

  How You Can Help

At participating Trinity communities, we will supply you with a bag to fill with non-perishable food items two weeks before your schedule move or extended vacation. Bring the bag to the office once you are finished and you'll have the satisfaction of knowing you provided meals for those in need.

  We'll Take It From Here

We will store the donation food items in our leasing centers and our partners at Move For Hunger will arrange to have the items picked up and distributed to a local food bank. It's that easy.

 
 
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Together As A Community      

In addition to our companywide Together initiatives, each community hosts their own events that benefit local non-profit organizations through donation drives and fundraising. Recent events include:

 

Meals On Wheels Donation Drive

Arrive on University hosted a donation drive for Meals On Wheels, collecting necessary toiletries such as toothpaste, shampoo, and bar soap. They were able to collect over 100 items and residents helped wrap the items in anticipation of the holiday season!

 

Mermaids & Magic School Supply Drive

Arrive Eilan has been collecting school supplies for local non-profit, ChildSafe. A large community event complete with synchronized swimming mermaids helped fill their 60” “School Pool” that continues to receive donations for this reputable organization.

 

Build A Bag Event

At this year’s Regional Management Conference, we hosted a Build A Bag event that provided each team member with water-resistant markers, stencils, duffel bags, and supplies. These items were used to decorate each bag and stuff them full of necessities, toys, and treats! All bags were distributed to foster care homes via Together We Rise.

 

Push For Pencils

The Magnolia hosted a donation drive for KidSmart and their Push For Pencils program. The community received over 30 donations that included necessary school supplies such as pencils, crayons, markers, and glue. These items will help benefit over 90,000 children in need of basic supplies.