The Fund for Trinity Hall
Make your gift to The Fund by December 31 to receive access to Hunt for the Hall: Holiday Edition, a scavenger hunt with activities and trivia for the Trinity Hall community.
Why give to The Fund for Trinity Hall?
The Fund for Trinity Hall has a direct impact on athletics, arts programs special projects, theatrical productions, and innovative educational experiences from which all students benefit. It gives school leadership the flexibility to respond to immediate needs and new opportunities.
Where do my dollars go?
Gifts to The Fund for Trinity Hall support the general operating budget with unrestricted money that is used within the current fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Arts and athletic programs, academic initiatives, extracurricular activities, and professional development for faculty and staff are all supported by The Fund.
All gifts are tax-deductible.
What is the difference between an annual fund (The Fund for Trinity Hall) and a capital fund?
A capital campaign is a restricted fund for which the fundraising efforts last for a specific period of time. Trinity Hall’s last capital campaign supported the renovations and addition to our current Fort Monmouth campus.
The Fund for Trinity Hall is the school’s annual giving campaign, that supports all aspects of the school - arts, athletics, academics, extracurricular activities, professional development, security personnel, Covid-19 response. It is what we ask to be your philanthropic priority each year.
Why not simply charge tuition for the full cost of my child's education?
A primary goal of our board of trustees is to keep tuition affordable for our families. The decision to hold tuition below the “cost to educate” affirms the board’s commitment to the Trinity Hall community and allows the school to continue to be an educational option for many young women in our area.
In honor of Joan A Daugherty