Trinity Alumni & Alumnae Association Covid-19 Resources

Many thanks to all our Trinity Alumni who have shared and helped us identify the resources and volunteer opportunities below. Should you wish to submit an organization to the page, or serve as a contact for alums living outside of NYC, please let us know by CLICKING HERE and filling out our online form. 

If you have access to any PPE for donation, please email us directly at and we will help facilitate delivery to hospitals in need where our alums are stationed.

Services & Resources

MIT SafePaths has built the largest know how of privacy first, open source code, apps, partnerships for Covid19 related digital tools. Many big tech companies are providing engineers and scientists. The team is working with consulting firms for their rollouts (50+ jurisdictions now) and assisting them in US state contracts for enhancing manual tracing and public health solutions.
SafePaths also has a corporate engagement arm that bring solution providers (startups) and solution seekers (large companies) on a common platform.
Slides: (dropbox link
Contact John Werner ‘88, a founding Board member of the effort, at to learn more or if you have any questions. 

Dr Ned Boyd ‘92 and The Drs. Boyd will continue to be open for emergency dental care for both patients of record AND patients that have never been to our office before.
On-Call dental emergency care is available by prior arrangement.  Please call our office at 212-755-9055, follow the instructions to leave a message and then follow the prompts to forward the call directly to Dr. Boyd.
We ask that you follow us on Facebook (Drs. Boyd, P.C.), Instagram (@DrsBoydPC) or reference our website ( for the most current information on our practice.

A centralized platform for locating who/where needs donations ranging from PPE to food, Donate Good Stuff shows you local organizations that are looking for exactly what you have. Learn more at
Submitted by Kathryn Typaldos ‘01

If you or a family member need physical therapy for any orthopedic or pelvic/abdominal pain issue, EMH Physical Therapy can help you quickly, easily and privately with their new telehealth service. The first 30-minute telehealth consultation is free.
Learn more at and feel free to contact Margaret Meacham Klemm ‘91 at with any questions.
Isabella Di Pietro ’16, Ian Di Pietro ’19, and their parents, owners of Tarallucci e Vino, have started Feed the Frontlines NYC, a project that delivers restaurant meals to first line responders at local hospitals, and that supports local restaurants and healthcare providers.

For more information and to donate, visit:

For the past month partners Flip Biddleman ‘05 and Will Edwards ‘05 have joined with The LEE initiative and Maker's Mark to participate in their restaurant workers relief program. Gertie shut down operations and transformed their restaurant into a soup kitchen. Since then they’ve fed approximately 600 local hospital employees and 3,000 unemployed restaurant workers and they are now campaigning to take care of a greater number of NYC constituencies in need, distributing meals around the city to the currently underserved children, families, seniors, in partnership with City Harvest, as well as healthcare workers and first responders in need of an uplifting, nourishing meal in partnership with Hospitality Workers United.
Visit or contact Flip Biddelman ‘05 at for more information on how to help.

Shop small. Do good.
For as long as necessary, Glam4Good will be donating 20% of all sales to their Covid-19 Critical Aid Fund. For more details click here.
For more details, contact Emily Rudman ‘03 at
Provides remote COVID-19 screening and automated, overnight test delivery for employers across the country. For more details click here.
If this is of interest, please contact Andy Pfau ‘01 directly at

Umbrella is a community platform that helps seniors age in place. In light of COVID-19 they are coordinating grocery and medication pick up for seniors nationally who cannot or should not leave their homes. 
If you or your loved ones could use this service you can either fill out the form here or call them at 844-402-2480 to place an order. 
Reach out to Jaclyn Rice Nelson '04 ( with any questions.

Volunteer Opportunities

Lara Holzman ’84, Karen Hopfl Harris ’86, and Diana Zicklin Berrent ’92 have launched Survivor Corps, an organization encouraging COVID-19 survivors to donate life-saving, antibody-rich plasma, compiling information about research, and linking patients struggling to recover with helpful resources.
In the NYC area, Columbia, Montefiore, Mount Sinai, Rockefeller University, NYU as well as the New York Blood Bank are all taking donations. In addition, WP Hospital is taking personal donations for individual patients for plasma infusion therapy. 
For more information and to sign up, visit:

In response to COVID-19, Umbrella (a community platform that helps seniors age in place) has stepped up to coordinate grocery and medication pick up for seniors nationally who cannot or should not leave their homes. The demand has been unprecedented and given how hard the tri-state area has been hit, they are urgently looking for volunteers to be their boots on the ground and shop on behalf of our elderly neighbors in NY and NJ.
If you are able, sign up to volunteer here and spread the word to people and organizations that can help.
Reach out to Jaclyn Rice Nelson '04 ( with any questions or ideas on organizations that may be able to help provide volunteers.
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