Giving Day Is April 5, 2017
The fourth annual Trinity College Giving Day is on April 5, 2017, providing an opportunity for the entire Trinity community to come together and to celebrate the vital role that philanthropy plays in making the Trinity journey possible. In the weeks leading up to Giving Day, we will be sharing stories of how your gift can transform the lives of our Bantams. You can make a difference.
Help us reach our goals of 2,000 donors and $2 million. Starting on March 28, 2017, your generosity will have an even bigger impact, thanks to the committed group of donors that has offered to match every gift made on Giving Day ― up to $1 million.
Your chance to be a part of Giving Day doesn’t end there. Help spread the word! Let everyone know that you are #AllinforTrin by sharing your own Trinity journey on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Give us feedback by participating in our Giving Day survey. Help us make Giving Day a success.
Giving Day is one of the most important days of the year for the Trinity College Fund. By making a gift to the Trinity College Fund, you support the professor who took the time to give you the personal attention you needed to succeed, the staff member who guided you on your career path, and the Trinity community that helped shape who you are today. Your gift empowers students to take learning outside the classroom and to connect with people on campus, in Hartford, and around the world.
Why the Trinity College Fund Matters
The Trinity College Fund plays a vital role in making a Trinity education possible for today’s students. Your gift provides scholarships, creates opportunities for learning and discovery, and gives our talented faculty and staff the resources they need to help ensure that the student experience is an extraordinary one. As soon as your gift arrives, it can be directed to where it is needed the most, supporting Trinity students in every way. Through your generosity, Trinity can take advantage of emerging opportunities and plan for its future as the College prepares to celebrate its bicentennial.