Trinity News Updates
august 27, 2020
We’re happy to share that Bostonians for Youth (BFY): Building a More Equitable Boston will commence as a virtual gala! This year’s theme, Healing through Connections, is a call for healing from the traumatic effects of structural racism in this national moment of reckoning, and beyond. The virtual format offers us some exciting new opportunities to celebrate our city’s youth through enhanced storytelling, and for us to gather as a community en masse. BFY 2020 is not to be missed — be on the look out for more details coming soon.
july 29, 2020
TEEP staff, students, and alum are using social media to adapt their regular summer programming, creating new and fun ways to learn and build community online. On August 10th – 14th Trinity@McCormack will host their annual Summer Learning Institute: a 3-day experiential learning community for teachers, administrators, and school based-mental health professionals who are interested in creating trauma-responsive school communities. On September 26th Team Trinity will embark on a virtual Rodman Ride with their own self-directed adventures. Their efforts will support TEEP and all of TBC’s programs, serving more than 1,000 youth of color in Boston…
july 13, 2020
We are extremely grateful that The Boston Resiliency Fund has chosen to support TBC’s racially informed, trauma-inclusive clinical services for youth workers of color who serve on the front lines of non-profit organizations throughout Boston. Thanks to the City of Boston for supporting our critical work in an unprecedented time of need!
june 26, 2020
“I see clearly that I have been living in a bubble that allowed me not to see many of the fundamental problems in our society. My vision of progress has been revealed as an illusion. The thinness of that 1960s vision is apparent…” – Mike Parker, TBC Board Chair
june 22, 2020
In April, we were deeply saddened to share about the death of our longtime friend, supporter, and advocate, Juliana W. Thompson. She passed away peacefully at home on April 11th. Julie was beloved by all who knew her and was dedicated to working for those in need. Sadly, we now share that Julie’s husband, Bill, passed away on June 12th…
june 5, 2020
The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery in just the past few weeks, coupled with the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color, remind us that while things may be different, little has changed for Black people in America….
may 5, 2020
Because of YOU, we’re still connected. Thank you for helping us continue to serve our city’s youth through these uncertain times. In observance of #GivingTuesdayNow, we wanted to share some of the ways your support has been carrying our work forward through COVID-19…
april 24, 2020
It is with deep sadness that we share news that our longtime friend, supporter, and Trinity Boston Connects advocate, Juliana W. Thompson, passed away peacefully at home on April 11. Julie was beloved by all who knew her and was dedicated to working for those in need. She and her husband, Bill, were founding and leading supporters of Trinity Boston Connects throughout the years, and ultimately ensured their support would help fuel TBC’s work for years to come. We are honored that the family has suggested that donations in Julie’s memory be made to TBC. With eternal gratitude, we extend our heartfelt sympathies to Bill and to their children, Don, Alex, and Margie, and grandson Timothy Fish.
april 1, 2020
We are deeply saddened to share that Rev. William Barnwell recently passed in New Orleans from complications related to COVID-19. Rev. Barnwell served as a priest at Trinity Church Boston from 1996-2002. His leadership was instrumental in the development of TEEP Boston.
TEEP New Orleans was established in 1966. When Rev. Barnwell came to Boston he brought the legacy of TEEP with him. We grieve with deep gratitude for his stewardship of TEEP and the broader Trinity Church community — he will never be forgotten! May he rest well and may his family find peace in this difficult time.
march 13, 2020
february 29, 2020
Please join us on March 26th for this year’s Bostonians for Youth gala (BFY) as we celebrate our city’s youth and honor Louise Burhnam Packard for her legacy of leadership that continues with Charmane Higgins, our new executive director…
january 28, 2020
This month Trinity Boston Counseling Center (TBCC) came together with community partners from across Boston to support Passion is Alive: a networking event to connect youth in the Department of Youth Services (DYS) to professionals in fields they’re passionate about…
january 22, 2020
Mark your calendars for the 13th Annual Bostonians for Youth gala!
december 7, 2019
What a year! Trinity Boston Connects has been incredibly fortunate to have seen so many milestones in 2019. We announced our new name, welcomed Charmane Higgins as our new executive director, following the footsteps of our esteemed founder, Louise Burnham Packard…
october 30, 2019
Last Saturday hundreds of Young and Old Soles from schools and neighborhoods across Boston gathered at Franklin Park for the 6th Annual Sole Train 5K. Runners and walkers of all speeds and ability came together to put their soles on the line and help each other finish the race…
september 28, 2019
Registration is officially open for this year’s Sole Train 5K! Don’t miss out on a chance to run/walk in community with like-passioned people putting their soles on the line for the greater good. The 5K is Sole Train’s biggest fundraiser of the year, and we hope you can join in on the joy that it sparks in Young and Old Soles alike. The awesomeness goes down on Saturday October 26th at Franklin Park — Shattuck Picnic Grove…
august 1, 2019
We are thrilled to announce Charmane Higgins (pictured right) as our new Executive Director and our new name as Trinity Boston Connects! Click below to read the full press release for more on the exciting changes.
july 25, 2019
This summer marks 20 successful years of TEEP! The Trinity Education for Excellence Program started in 1999 with just 34 students and has since served 700+ middle and high school students. Our mission remains the same as ever: to create a safe community where every member is inspired to discover, empowered to achieve excellence, and individually affirmed. We are thrilled with how far TEEP and its TEEPers have come.
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