Sunday Forum: A Conversation with TEEP Students, Alumni, & Staff

Moderator: Priscilla Andrade, Director of TEEP Panelists: Alandra Champion, Juan David Lozano, Aleaya McFarlan, Steven Rodenas A panel of Trinity Education for Excellence (TEEP) students, alumni, and staff discuss their perspectives on the theme of the second annual Anne Berry Bonnyman Symposium: “Overcoming Racism & Income Inequity in our Schools.” About TEEP: Trinity Education for Excellence Program empowers students to achieve excellence, both inside and outside of the classroom. This tuition-free, out-of-school-time character and leadership development ...

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Fresh Start: McCormack School Clean-Up Days

Where? 315 Mt Vernon St, Dorchester, MA 02125 When? Aug 25, 2016 and September 1,2016,  9:30 am   Back to school season is around the corner, making this the perfect time for a McCormack School Clean Up Day! Join us as we take on a series of projects to refresh the school and create an environment that sets students up for success. This is a great opportunity to support the partnership between the Trinity Boston Foundation, Trinity Church, and the McCormack Middle School. Refreshments will be provided. The school is easily accessible right off of I-93 ...

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Run with Sole Train!

Can you commit to 1-2 hrs/wk of weekday practice time and 5 weekend races/community building events, throughout the upcoming 2016-2017 school year? Than becoming an Old Sole is just for you! Sole Train’s adult runners are affectionately called Old Soles, but they’re young in spirit and consistently meet our youth every step of the way. Old Soles are enthusiastic, dedicated, and committed to being part of a community that learns, supports, and grows together. You don't have to like running to love Sole Train! Our Old Soles embody the Sole Train commitment of creating ...

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Trinity Boston Foundation’s 2015 Financial Summary and Donor Report

Please click the link below to see the 2015 Financial Summary and Donor Report: Donor Report 2015

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Why did the bike fall over?

It was TWO-TIRED! Ok, so jokes may not be our thing. But building a community of Bikers is! Join our team for the Rodman Ride on September 24th! For more than twenty years, Trinity Boston Foundation has partnered with Rodman Ride for Kids - the number one single-day athletic fundraiser in the nation that supports at-risk kids. We're looking for Trinity Boston Foundation supporters like YOU to come ride bikes with us on September 24th and raise funds for the Foundation's three programs: Sole Train: Boston Runs Together, Trinity Education for Excellence Program, and ...

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Bostonians For Youth – What a Night it Was!

We called the event “Transforming Lives: Our Stories” and the stories shared on stage and at tables during dinner were inspiring and illuminating. Over 325 friends and supporters of Trinity Boston Foundation gathered at the Fairmont Copley Plaza to hear how Trinity Boston Foundation programs have made a difference. Filmmaker Andy Laub's video: Three Programs. One Mission brought many voices of our students and partners into the room. Watch it again and experience the joy and hopefulness that is in Trinity's DNA. Mariama White-Hammond said, "The key is for all of ...

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TEEP: Know Your Rights Workshop at Emerson College

Each March the Leadership Development Program runs a Healthy Choices Retreat with high school students. The themes have varied in the past to educate and engage our students in assessing healthy lifestyles from nutrition, to healthy interpersonal relationships, and dating.  This year our focus was “Know Your Rights". “As a staff we felt the national dialogue and current events surrounding mass incarceration, police brutality, and the Black Lives Matter movement set the stage for us to better understand our rights,” Priscilla Andrade, Director of Trinity ...

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Be the most exciting part of the race!

Trinity Boston Foundation is looking for 40 spirited volunteers to cheer on  runners at the finish line of one of Boston's most popular running events — the Boston Police Department's Run to Remember. Volunteers will be assigned to either the final water stop or to hand out medals to all participants.  Email Associate Director of Sole Train Alicia Ridenour to be one of these 40 special volunteers!       The Run to Remember is the race that Trinity Boston Foundation’s Sole Train runners have been training hard for all year. They will be 200 of ...

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The Boston Marathon: Singing our way to the Finish Line (well…almost)

On April 18th Trinity Boston Foundation supporters ran in the Boston Marathon, ultimately raising over $19,000 to support more than 500 Boston youth and their families who participate in Trinity Boston Foundation programs. We ALMOST won the challenge to make our runners sing at the starting area in Hopkinton, but fell $700 short of meeting our fundraising goal! Don’t worry – we’ll challenge them again next year.  “I ran because I believe whole heartedly in the vision of Sole Train. I ran to see the first Young Sole, Quay, complete the Boston marathon, and ...

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Trinity Inspires: Courtney’s Perspective

Tweet // My name is Courtney and I am a freshman at Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, VT. I am originally from Boston, MA and I attended Brookline High School as a part of the METCO Program. At Lyndon State, I study Electronic Journalism and with that, I hope to become a magazine columnist. When I first visited Lyndon in the spring of my senior year, it was a huge culture shock to me, one I didn’t think I was prepared for. With one African American staff member and with the school only being 3.5% African American, I wasn’t sure if Lyndon was for me. At ...

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