Trinity Without Borders
1005 N. Washington Blvd.(site)
5020 Royal Palm Ave. (mailing)
place to move her into a home.
Assisting parents and homeless indidviduals is what Trinity Without Borders, Inc. has been doing since 2006. Pictured here are Omarion and Jameelia with two of the SuperHero Dolls!
We are proud of the many families who have worked so hard to make it through the hard times as intact families and we are most grateful to the community for their undivided committment to caring for those in distress. Trinity Without Borders was created in June of 2006. Having started out as a grass roots effort to connect disadvantaged people and families with services and resources, it has embraced the challenge of evolving into a full service organization. With the combined dynamics of an overloaded social service system and limited resources, Homeless single parents with children and families are the majority of the population we assist. With a Holistic approach, Trinity is taking the lead on implementing new approaches to addressing Homelessness among families and single parents. We feel healing comes to the disadvantaged in many forms.
A huge part of the 'Tikkun Olam' comes from the support of the Charitable foundations who bring the organizations, agencies and most importantly, the caring donors who want to help 'Repair the World'....Thanks to the Community Foundation of Sarasota, as well as the Patterson Foundation, The William G. and Marie Selby Foundation, The Gulf Coast and Manatee Community Foundations, everyone can be a philanthropist and participate in this beautiful effort!
The Sparkling Grape Juice was flowing and the Gefilte fish was in abundance at our 2014 First Annual Women's Passover Seder, sponsored by the Heller Foundation recently. By sharing the special time between many different faiths and women from different walks of life, we had a very moving experience and learned a new lesson on the beauty of strength and perseverance. Thanks to the Congregations of Brigette Mary Meehan and the UCC Church, we were able to gift women who are struggling with Homelessness, lovely baskets and lots of great food to take home! Thank you to Publix, Two Jays Restaraunt and The Jewish Federation for making this night happen,,,
A PLACE TO LIVE...
Community Partners For Affordable Housing Spaces
Oppportunities For Income Based Rent (IBR)
Move-in Assistance with Proof of Sustainability and Screening
24 hour Supportive Services
Qualifications for tuition exemption
Qualifications for federal Pell grants
Apprenticeship in food-service worker, masonry, cashier, and HVAC, electrical, and plumbing fields
Training leading to ongoing employment to meet the upcoming building needs of Sarasota and Southwest Florida
A PLACE TO EARN
Committing to training, hiring and investing in our Student Workers and Graduates!