As a Sinsinawa Dominican sponsored institution, each and every member of the Trinity community is expected to engage with communities outside of our building. Campus Ministry offers support in the following ways:
- Works with the Student Activities Department and all club and organization moderators to organize and facilitate service opportunities that coincide with the mission of each group
- Assists faculty members in implementing service learning projects within their curricula
- Fosters connections with local organizations and regularly arranges service opportunities for student groups and individuals to minister to the community
Our service experiences range from Wii Bowling Tournaments with the elderly, to spending time with children at grade schools and aftercare programs, to planning holiday parties for people with developmental disabilities. Every student is encouraged to share her talents and passions with a local community.
Each student should keep track of her service work by recording hours and activities on a StudentServiceLogSheet
Below is a list of organizations who Trinity High School has a relationship with. Feel free to contact these sites for more information on particular events. To see those events that are time-sensitive or “one-time” service opportunities see the “Time-Sensitive Service Opportunities” page.
|Accolade Adult Day Care
112 S. Humphrey Ave., Oak Park, IL 60302
|Supervised care and programming is provided in a pleasant, safe environment to help frail adults
with socialization, orientation, recreation and health monitoring.
1035 Madison St.,
Oak Park, IL 60302 (708) 848-7200
|Belmont Village is a senior living facility that offers care from assisted living to specialized Alzheimer’s support.
A variety of activities and programs are available every day.
|Cantata / British Home
8700 31st St.,
Brookfield, IL 60513
|The British Home is a retirement facility for seniors. Volunteering may include simple one-time commitments to ongoing volunteer assignments.
At The British Home, we encourage people of all ages and interests to interact with our community through the special gift of volunteerism.
We take care to match the right volunteers with the right projects to best suit your interest and your schedule.
| Cicero Catholic Schools (St. Francis of Rome)
1401 S. Austin Blvd.,
Cicero, IL 60804
| Inspired by our faith, the Cicero Catholic Schools provide the intellectual and moral
foundation for children to become saints and scholars, disciples of Christ and leaders in the community.
With enlightened minds and zealous hearts, we will change the world.
1400 S. Austin Blvd.,
Cicero, IL 60804
|Whether they are young or old, hungry or addicted, homeless or friendless,
Catholic Charities sees the face of God in those in need. By providing food, clothing, shelter and counseling,
we bring hope to the hopeless in the city of Chicago and its suburbs. Volunteer in the food pantry, with clothing donations, or as a tutor.
2822 W. Jackson,
Chicago, IL (773) 638-6398
|Deborah’s Place breaks the cycle of homelessness for women in Chicago. Through a continuum of housing options,
comprehensive support services and opportunities for change provided by dedicated volunteers and staff,
women succeed in achieving their goals of stable housing, sustainable income, and greater self-determination.
|El Hogar del Niño
1710-18 S. Loomis St.,
Chicago, IL 60608
|The agency’s primary mission is to provide and demonstrate comprehensive bilingual/bicultural early childhood development programs for infants, preschool, school-age children and their families.|
|Hines Fisher House
5000 South 5th Ave.,
Hines, IL 60141
|A Fisher House is “a home away from home” for family members, caregivers or loved ones of patients receiving medical care at major military and VA medical centers. It is a temporary residence and is not a treatment facility, hospice or counseling center|
3456 W. Franklin,
Chicago, IL 60624
|Interfaith House’s mission is to provide a healing environment and resources to help ill and injured homeless adults restore their health,
rebuild their lives and regain self-sufficiency.
|Oak Park Arms
408 S. Oak Park Ave.
Oak Park, IL 60302
|Oak Park Arms is a retirement community offering independent, assisted living, and short-term stay opportunities.
Residents enjoy a myriad of social events and activities.
|Port Ministries at “The Mantle”
5017 S. Hermitage
Chicago, IL 60609
|The Mantle, named after our Lady of Guadalupe is a non-residential program providing sanctuary for neighborhood children,
educational opportunities for their parents, and food for the community.
| Ronald McDonald House
2160 S. 1st Ave
Hines, IL 60141
| The mission of Ronald McDonald House is to care for families of children with complex medical needs by providing comfort,
compassion and community. Ronald McDonald House keeps families of hospitalized children together in a ‘home away from home’
311 Harrison St.,
Oak Park, IL 60304 (708) 386-4225
|Sarah’s Inn is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of those affected by domestic violence and to break the
cycle of violence for future generations. Their services focus on ending relationship violence through domestic violence crisis intervention, community education, and violence prevention programs for youth.
|The Scottish Home
2800 Desplaines Ave.
North Riverside, IL 60546
|For more than 100 years, The Scottish Home has been providing care to seniors in North Riverside.
They provide loving care, friendship, peace of mind and a variety of enriching activities.
The Scottish Home is a place where friends become family.
|St. Martin de Porres
6423 S. Woodlawn Ave.
Chicago, IL 60637
|St Martin de Porres House of Hope is a private, non‐profit, faith based recovery home for homeless women who are affected by substance abuse.
The House of Hope is located in the Woodlawn neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois.
The program is long term. Food, shelter and programs are provided for women and their children.
|St. Mary of Providence
4200 N. Austin Ave.
Chicago, IL 60634 (773) 545-8300
|Established in 1925, St. Mary of Providence continues to pave the way in care and education of persons with developmental disabilities. Today, a staff of 130 people provides volunteer and vocational programs for 96 residents and 98 persons in the Developmental Training and Workshop Programs.|
5045 S. Laflin
Chicago, IL 60609
|Su Casa is a house of hospitality in the Catholic Worker tradition that provides a space of healing and hope to displaced Hispanic families.
Responding to the Gospel call to compassionate action, we are committed to a simple, non-violent lifestyle as we live and work among the poor.
|West Suburban PADS
1851 S. 9th Ave.,
Maywood, IL 60153 (708) 338-1724
|West Suburban PADS exists to serve individuals and families who are homeless – or at-risk of homelessness, with dignity and respect, through shelter, housing and supportive services.|