- Please make checks payable to Trinity Episcopal School with a note in the memo section specifying “Trinity Fund”.
Give Back to Your Child(ren)’s Teachers through the Faculty Enrichment Fund!
What is it: The Faculty Enrichment Fund is way to express your appreciation of your child(ren)’s teachers in lieu of individual gifts during the holidays and at the end of the school year.
How it works: Gifts to the Faculty Enrichment Fund are tax-deductible donations to Trinity for use by a specific teacher or staff member to enrich his/her learning and teaching environment. Each donation, no matter the size*, goes to the specified teacher’s Faculty Enrichment fund, and the total amount in the fund is available for the teacher’s use.
*Each teacher is informed that a family made a gift to his/her fund but is not told the amount of the gift.
Why Give: “The Faculty Enrichment Fund allows us to keep our library current and interesting and get amazing books into the hands of our Middle School readers. Mrs. Clark and I believe that growing strong, insightful, empathetic readers changes our world. We are grateful that Faculty Enrichment gifts help us do this work” — Emily Rietz, MS Language Arts Teacher
How to Donate: Faculty Enrichment forms are available at the Front Desk or click the button on the left to print the form online. Please contact Nancy Tribble with any questions.
Support the Angel Fund in honor of a Faculty/Staff Member!
What is it: The Angel Fund is another way to honor a faculty/staff member or someone special around the holidays. This discretionary fund is used to help Trinity students, families or faculty/staff in time of emergency or extraordinary circumstances. Some examples of ways the Angel Fund has been used in the past are:
- Book Bucks for the Book Fair
- Groceries/Meals for families who experienced an unusual life event
- One time holiday credit towards tuition
- Educational testing
“The Angel Fund is supported through the generous donations of our parents and gifted in honor of members of the faculty or staff. As the name suggests, it is anonymous in nature and made available to a member of the Trinity community for an extraordinary or unexpected life circumstance which causes undue hardship on the family.” – Jennifer Moore, Director of Admission & Financial Aid
How to Donate: Angel Fund forms are available at the Front Desk or click the button to the right to print the form online. Please contact Nancy Tribble with any questions.
Many companies sponsor matching gift programs that enhance their employees’ charitable contributions.
When your gifts are matched, you can double and sometimes even triple the impact your donation makes on our School.
For more information, please contact your employer’s human resources department.
Charitable gifts of appreciated stocks, bonds or mutual funds held for more than one year can provide special tax advantages. If you would like to make a gift of stock, please notify our Advancement Office and provide your broker with the information below so s/he can handle the transfer:
Deliver to: Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
Account #7RU 02014
In the name of Trinity Episcopal School, EIN #56-2059568
Contact: Susan Imel
Registered Client Associate
The BDM Group
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc.
150 N. College St., Ste. 2800
Charlotte, NC 28202
T | 704. 339. 2163
F | 980. 322. 0383
Any gift may be designated in the memory of, or in honor of, a friend, family member or other person.
Another way to support the School is through gifts of tangible personal property. If a gift is related to the ‘charitable purpose’ of the School, the donor may be eligible for a tax deduction. Please contact the Advancement office if you would like to discuss an in-kind gift.
Mission Guardian: $10,000+
Mission Steward: $5,000-$9,999
Mission Keeper: $2,500-$4,999
____Mission Sustainers Circle ($2,500+)____
Mission Builder: $1,000-$2,499
Mission Supporter: Up to $999