Trinity Community Ministries Inc

Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews


21 Bell Street Ne Atlanta GA 30303 USA


Help homeless men regain control of their


Trinity house - big bethel - transitional housing program for formerly homeless men which can accomodate up to thirty-six men at a time

trinity living - provides permanent supportive housing to the homeless, with a particular emphasis on male veterans

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Rating: 5 stars  

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This is a wonderful program which I have been involved with for a period of time. These guys work hard to succeed at the program and turn their lives around. It's tough, but Trinity provides the means for them. Since Trinity House is a non profit, it relies on donations and support from the community. I realize that with today's economy, everyone is feeling the pinch. Please dig deep and find a way to support these guys - whether it's a monetary donation, providing an evening meal, or just getting them something as simple as a bar of soap or a bag of rice! Those of us involved in helping to support are doing the best we can, but we've been feeling that pinch as well, and, honestly, people in need shouldn't have to go without, since so many have an excess of time and materials. Keep up the good work, guys! We'll see you next month! two dozen

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

their hard work at completing their task, as well as their openness to share their experiences with others in the community, so that the youth today (or grown ups, for that matter) don't fall into the places they've been.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

work wonders for so many more men in need. Wouldn't that be nice!

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About every month

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