Trinity’s benefits are annual special events which raise additional unrestricted dollars in support of faculty compensation, professional development, and financial aid. The Advancement Office and the Parents’ Association are grateful for the time and talents of our many volunteers to make these events successful.

Winter Festival

900 guests joined us on Sunday, December 10th where 300 cookies were decorated, crafts were made, much candy was eaten, many people shopped, watched the show and enjoyed the author readings. 
 
A big thank YOU to all the hard working volunteers who made this year's festival such a special one for all our families, especially co-chairs Rosemary Freedman, Naiya Mittal, Tina Storper and Jean Weinberg-Czepiel, our many booth chairs, performers and event underwriters, please see the complete list here.
 
Thank you all for putting the "festive" in Festival.  
 

Spring Benefit

Many guests joined us on march 3rd for a festive evening of dancing, great food, good music and lots of fun at Guastavino's as we celebrated Havana Nights together. A big thank YOU to everyone who helped to make our benefit such a fun festive one for all our guests, especially co-chairs Milena Alberti-Perez, Shannon Bell, Alenne Centeno and members of the Benefit Committee. 

Auction and Gifts-in-Kind

The Spring Benefit auction runs in conjunction with the annual Spring Benefit from February 4 through March 4, 2020 and featured a wide array of items including one of a kind experiences, travel packages, gift baskets, sports tickets, theater tickets and much more.
 
If you won an auction item and would like to pay for it please use this link  https://www.trinityschoolnyc.org/silent-auction.
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Located on Upper West Side of New York City, Trinity School is a college preparatory, coeducational independent school for grades K-12. Since 1709, Trinity has provided a world-class education to its students with rigorous academics and outstanding programs in athletics, the arts, peer leadership, and global travel.