“Those who give, gather.”
The Trinity Foundation shares in the sadness and grief at the passing of George Troha. Mr. Troha was a long-serving Trinity Foundation Board member and supporter of Trinity Services for many, many years. We send our condolences to the Troha family.
What We Do
The mission of the Trinity Foundation is to advance the cause and enhance the financial resources of Trinity Services, Inc., whose purpose is to assist people with intellectual or developmental disabilities or mental illness to experience well being and live their best possible lives.
- Manage financial investments for long-term needs
- Provide management support for Foundation-held Trinity properties and buildings
- Create income from lease-back properties
- Establish leadership for the capital campaign as necessary
- Development of staff training materials
- Work to shape public policy for people with disabilities
- Grant writing and development
- Represent Trinity at selected conferences
and national association meetings
The Board of Directors of Trinity Services, through its CEO, also provides leadership and direction to three support organizations.
- The Cherry Hill Consulting Group
- High Tide Press
Cherry Hill Consulting Group
Provides consulting and training services to assist committed organizations working to raise performance standards, to create more positive cultures, and to develop more emphatic leadership styles. Using a “Bad to Better” platform we stimulate the development of more positive and creative ways of approaching daily work and leadership in the field.
High Tide Press
High Tide Press publishes books and media on Positive Organizational Culture, Leadership, and developmental disabilities for professionals in human services, education, nonprofit management, and healthcare. We promote best practices in management and socially-responsible leadership.
NAQ is the leading national association for Developmental Disability Professionals. These professionals go by many names—QIDPs, Service Coordinators and Case Managers to name just a few. Formal titles aside, Developmental Disability Professionals fulfill a variety of roles—from advocate to educator to leader. They are resilient in the face of challenge and uncompromising in the provision of person-directed supports. NAQ has been the go-to organization for these exceptional professionals since it was established in 1996 – providing an avenue for connecting with other professionals, sharing evidence-based best practices, and serving as a resource for learning and continued education.