Trinity Church is working hard to combat the needs of the most vulnerable in our community. If you are interested in helping with any of these options please fill out the form below and our team will get back to you. This is our time to lead with generosity and BE THE CHURCH.
Ways You Can Help:
Thrive is a local nonprofit which exists to prevent, reunite and help children aging out of Foster Care. We have the special opportunity to support vulnerable children through toiletries and meals. Due to the ever changing times we are asking those who want to get involved to make completed meal bags. Feel free to get things not listed below, but make sure it makes a complete meal. Just choose a few things from each list put them in a box or bag and deliver them to the church. We will be collecting boxes/bags on Mondays from 9am-12pm and Fridays 12-3pm in the Fellowship Hall. If you are interested in helping collect/deliver the items please fill out the form above. This is our chance to BE THE CHURCH! If you have any questions please email Catelin at, [email protected]
ITEMS TO DONATE:
Cereal with Milk
Bagels with Cream Cheese
Frozen Waffles with Syrup
Sandwich items with bread
Pasta with Pasta Sauce
Macaroni and Cheese
Canned/cups of fruit
We are collecting letters to give to independent living/nursing homes that are on lockdown. These letters are meant to encourage the residents and workers during this unsettling time. This is a great activity for families to do together or for anyone who is self-quarantined. Drop off the letters on Monday 9am-12pm and Friday 12-3pm at the Fellowship Hall or you can email your letters to [email protected] and someone will print them out for you. We will also need drivers to deliver letters to these facilities. If you are interested please fill out the form below.
We have a team that will be deployed to assist when MWFB calls on Trinity Church.
If you would like to be a part of this team fill out the form below or email, [email protected]
JOIN THE TEAM
Help feed the hungry in Mesa by volunteering to pick oranges and partnering with Mesa Food Banks in distributing fresh nutritious fruit. In addition, you may also take home some of the fruit you pick to feed your family too.
1. Volunteers sign up via text (Barbara 480-251-9324) for a time slot on Monday through Saturday, March 30, 31 and April 1-4, 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
2. Volunteers limited to individuals, or families-children are welcome but must be supervised by an adult. (No mixed groups due to coronavirus and CDC recommendations of social distancing)
3. Volunteers arrive promptly at assigned time and address (3658 E. Indigo Circle, Mesa 85205)
4. Volunteers bring their own gloves and bottled drinking water.
5. Volunteers will be assigned a tree(s) to pick. (About 125 pounds oranges per tree. A 5 gallon bucket=approximately 25 pounds oranges).
6. Volunteers will observe social distancing and only pick from assigned tree(s).
6. Boxes provided for oranges donated to food bank. Volunteers bring their own containers to take oranges home (buckets, boxes, bags)
7. Volunteers will pick from ground level only; no ladders.
8. Picking tools will be provided and sanitized after each use.
9. Boxes of picked oranges
for food bank donations will be collected on site and loaded for delivery to local food banks (St. Mary’s Food Bank, Salvation Army).