Masked volunteers carry boxes of Barilla at a Trinity Pop-Up.

Volunteer at Trinity's Christmas Pop-Up

Many working families in New York City are struggling to recover from the ongoing economic crisis triggered by COVID-19. An estimated 1.4 million New York City residents rely on emergency food programs, including soup kitchens and food pantries, each year. Trinity remains committed to helping our neighbors in need with our Pop-Up series, where we pack and distribute groceries and other necessities across Lower Manhattan.

A volunteer wearing a red Buffalo check shirt and vest pack Trinity-branded tote bags with supplies.
A volunteer packs tote bags with supplies and groceries for Lower Manhattan families in need.

Join us on December 21st to pack and distribute winter accessories, cleaning supplies, hygiene kits, and groceries for Lower Manhattan families in need. This is a great volunteer opportunity for those ages 18 and older! Volunteers will need to adhere to our health & safety guidelines

"Trinity is committed to supporting our neighbors in Lower Manhattan," said Vidia Cordero, Deputy Chief Community Impact Officer. "This has been a particularly challenging year for many people, and many families in particular. We want to give back through this Christmas Pop-Up and make a difference in people's lives through our efforts and those of our Trinity community. We hope you'll join us in supporting these efforts."