The Giving Tree

The Giving Tree

November 3-December 5, 2019
St. Paul's Chapel | Trinity Church's Chapel of All Saints | Trinity Preschool (November 18-December 5 only)

Make a child’s wish come true this Christmas.

Trinity Church Wall Street is collecting Christmas gifts to support more than 400 children, youth, mothers, and asylum seekers served by our mission partners in New York City, Panama, Haiti, Burundi, and Navajoland via The Giving Tree, now in its eighth year. Ornaments on the tree describe a gift for specific people, many of whom wouldn’t receive a Christmas gift this year without your help.  

The Giving Tree makes giving simple. Here’s how:

1.    Take an ornament from the tree.
2.    Keep the “keep” card for yourself.
3.    Leave the other card (add your name & contact information) in the box next to the tree. 
4.    Purchase the gift described. 
5.    Bring the gift to St. Paul’s Chapel between December 1 and 5 during open hours, 10am-6pm.

A special gift-wrapping party—Holiday Warm-Up—will be held on the evening of December 5. Join us for the fun!

Three Giving Tree stations will be open November 3 - December 5:

  • St. Paul’s Chapel
  • Chapel of All Saints in Trinity Church
  • Trinity Preschool*

*This station will be open November 18 - December 5.

More Ways to Give

To select a digital gift tag online, visit our Punchbowl page here. Please note: do not ship items to St. Paul’s Chapel; we ask that all participants drop off their gifts in person during open hours between December 1 and 5. 

To make a monetary donation towards school supplies and other gifts for a child in Burundi, click the button below.

If you donate this amount:  A child will receive:
$30 School supplies
$40 Everything above plus a Bible
$75 Everything above plus winter clothing
$100 Everything above plus a Christmas feast

Give Online

Donations may also be made by check, payable to Trinity Church Wall Street. Simply write “Giving Tree” in the memo, and mail it to Trinity Church Wall Street, c/o St. Paul’s Chapel, 209 Broadway, New York, NY 10007.

For more information, contact SK Doyle at