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What's The Cause You Want to Defend?

Here is a list of the Community Service programs with active members at Trinity.

Because we want to protect our students, we do not publish the name nor the contact info of our club leaders. To get the name of the club leader of a particular club, please send us an email (only for Trinity community members). Also if you are doing a Community Service that is not listed here, or if you are interested in starting a new program, please let us know!


  Care for the Environment

Take Care and Protect Animals
A.S.P.C.A. Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Mainly fundraising activities.

Take Care and Protect the Earth
Central Park Conservancy Help keep Central Park beautiful by maintaining and enhancing Park landscapes.

  Human Solidarity

Show Solidarity with Homeless People
Bowery Mission
227 Bowery
New York, New York, 10002


Soup Kitchen  
St. Ignatius Soup Kitchen
St. Ignatius Church on 86th street and West End.
Soup Kitchen Every Saturday from 2-4:30 PM

Show Solidarity with People who are Ill or Disabled
AIDS Awareness
at school
Raising awareness through assemblies.

Show Solidarity with People who have less
Santa's Helpers + Stocking for Care
at school + delivery
Deliver gifts to 10 or families in New York City. In December
Habitat for Humanity
Yorkville Common Pantry
8 East 109th Street
New York, NY 10029 
(212) 410-2264
NYC largest nonsectarian neighborhood-based emergency food provider  
Save the Children Fundraising activities to support a child
Throughout the year
Kitante Hill (Uganda) Fundraising to support students in Kampala, Uganda, in their education

Show Solidarity with Elderly People
Thanksgiving Dinner
At School
Each year, Trinity hosts and helps organizing a dinner for people of the neighborhood on Thanksgiving.
Commitment: from 2 to 6 hours
Citymeals On Wheels
355 Lexington Avenue
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10017
Contact: Vivienne Brown-O'Neill
(212) 687-1234
Hand-deliver hot, nutritious meals to homebound elderly New Yorkers. Upper East Side, Mid-town West, and the Village.
3 hours per Day
171 West 85th Street
New York, NY 10024
Helping elderly people
"As a DOROT volunteer, you can visit elders, escort them, or shop for, deliver, or serve their meals. You can teach, listen, comfort, and care."
Various types of opportunities

  Social Equity

Education / Literacy Equality
Tutoring at P.S. 84
92nd Street between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West

K-6 - work in the classroom with a teacher mentor

During your free period.
Commitment: once a week
Star Learning Center
26 West 84th Street
New York, NY 10024
Between Columbus and Central Park.
Contact: Deena Hellman
(212) 362-6750 X303,
After School Tutoring
Monday & Wednesday from 3-7
Tues, Thurs. & Friday from 3-6

Summer Tutoring
Monday 1-7
Tuesday 8:30-6
Wednesday 8:30-7
Thursday 1-6
Friday 8:30-12

East Harlem Tutorial Program
2050 Second Avenue
New York, New York 10029
Phone: (212)831-0650
Fax: (212)289-7967

Tutoring 2 hours a week

The Teen Health Initiative
New York Civil Liberties Union
125 Broad Street, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Contact: Lee Che Leong
Peer Educator:
To provide Information to NYC Kids and Teens about their legal rights to healthcare.
Application process

Work with Migrants
The Asian Community A great list of CS opportunities related to the Asian community in NYC (from Columbia University)  


Campaign for Internally Recognized Human Rights
Amnesty International
At school


Human Right Watch and Campaign. Letter writing to prisoners.