It is with a humble and grateful heart that I approach the writing of this fall letter. What a deep blessing it has been serving at the helm of Trinity Center! This unique organization brings me, daily, closer to God and teaches me unconditional love and gratefulness for the plenty that I am blessed with. What I appreciate most about Trinity Center is that though having a
Volunteers from Temple Beth Shalom spent a recent Saturday working hard to give Trinity Center a fresh interior coat of paint and a brighter look inside. The volunteers spent their day painting th einterior of the Center to give our neighbors, volunteers, and staff a pleasant environment for working, connecting, and visiting.
After four years of working at Trinity Center, and five years working in the downtown homeless community, my last day was Friday, May 6th. I started my social work career in July 2006, just out of UT grad school, as a Case Manager at the ARCH Healthcare for the Homeless clinic, and after a year there, I moved to Trinity Center where I have found a home away from home among our neighbors, staff, and volunteers. I have worn many hats as a Trinity Center staff member over the years from coordinating volunteers and running the Center to supervising interns and AmeriCorps members and even writing policies and grants. My most favorite part of the job and what I will miss the most is the people IRead More
We are very excited about launching this new, and much upgraded, web site for you and for the community at large. It feels like we caught up with the present time of cyber communication. Being on Facebook, blogging, our website connected to other service providers and funders we are now where a good organization is expected to be in this time and age. Special thanks go to Maria Huemmer, Meghann Ziler, Jennifer Stayton, and Diane Holloway for getting us here.Read More