The Need: $25 million by 2020

The Reason: To provide accessibility for families with a demonstrated need.

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The Trinity High School Foundation board has established a goal of raising $25 million by 2020. Like those before us, we need the support of the Trinity family to make those dreams a reality for the young men who want to become part of this special place.

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Assets to Consider:

  • Retirement Plans/IRAs – The Trinity High School Foundation can be named as a beneficiary at the time of death.
  • Appreciated Securities – Even in today’s market you can use this asset to make a gift and avoid capital gains if you have a low cost basis.

Planned Giving Options:

  • Charitable Remainder Trusts – Your gift is invested to produce income for you for life, with remainder given to the Trinity High School Foundation upon your death.
  • Bargain Sale – A donor makes a gift by selling an asset to the Trinity High School Foundation for a price less than its fair market value.
  • Legal Language – The following is suggested language to consider when making a bequest in your will to the Trinity High School Foundation:


I, (your full name), of (city, state) bequeath to the Trinity High School Foundation, located in Louisville, Kentucky, the sum of $_______________ for the following purpose: (general endowment or specific scholarship).


For more information on ways your generosity can benefit Trinity High School, contact:

Trinity High School Foundation

Email: ths.foundation@trinityrocks.com
Phone: 502.736.2100

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Look at our results. Find out how we do it.

Look at our results. Find out how we do it.

Oct 25, 2019 | Admissions, General, Trinity News

First row (sitting L – R): Nicholas Pesce, Michael Chou, Bryce Thompson, John Fernandez, Hunter Ruckriegel, Edward "Tristan" Harbold Second row (standing L – R): Jackson McClellan, Gavin Weakley, Aden Yeager, Alexander Deye, Dr. Dan Zoeller, John McCalpin, Logan...

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