Trinity Human Services to hold its 1st benefit on April 9th
For decades Trinity Human Services Corporation (THSC) has been dedicated to helping those struggling with hardship in the neighborhoods of Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick. Their emergency food pantry supplies food for over 2500 people each month and through their thrift shop they provide clothing to the homeless for job interviews. THSC also advocates for immigration and housing rights plus offers counseling and support groups for mental health, domestic violence, and substance abuse issues, among others.
As the need for THSC’s services has increased, the need to raise money increased. In a committee brainstorming session it was decided a fundraising benefit was a way to go. It would also give them the opportunity to honor three community heroes: Sister Karen Lademann (former Director of the Trinity Human Service Center), past Dep. Brooklyn Borough President Diana Reyna, and Rolando Guzman (St. Nicks Alliance Dep. Dir. Community Preservation).
Therefore on April 9, 2018 5:30–8:30 p.m. Trinity Human Service will hold their first ever benefit, after more than thirty years at Extra Fancy (302 Metropolitan Ave). The organization was started by two Dominican sisters in 1981 and achieved non-profit status in 1983. In 1991 they changed their name to the official Trinity Human Services Corporation. THSC is constant in its mission of serving the poor with compassion, dedication and professionalism
St. Nicks Alliance is honored to be one of the benefit’s sponsors. They look forward to the opportunity to inform the public of THSC’s good works and inspire generosity.
If you wish to purchase tickets or just wish to donate to Trinity Human Services Corp. go to: Foodfortrinity.org