August 2022

Don’t miss out! You can still register to bike 25 or 50 miles with us on race day, September 24th, or carry out your own self-directed adventure on a timeline of your choice. Hit the button below to act now.

Unable to participate as a rider or adventurer? You can support Team Trinity with a donation to help us meet our fundraising goal of $35,000; we’re within reach, so every dollar counts. Donations to Team Trinity for Rodman Ride directly support TEEP and our Youth Development and Leadership programs! 

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Racial Equity Senior Leaders Learning Circle (RELLC) is back and accepting applicants for its 2022-23 cohort! RELLC supports nonprofit leaders through a shared learning experience designed to support the application of individual and organizational racial equity practices for more diverse, inclusive, and racially equitable organizations. Participants will form community, deepen their identity as values-driven leaders, and learn principles of building a restorative, trauma-inclusive, and healing workplace culture. Click below to learn more + sign up today to secure your spot. Please share this with an organizational leader you care about!

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Lace up your running shoes because the 9th annual Sole Train 5K is on for October 29th! Join Young and Old Soles from across Boston in an epic celebration of community and restoration complete with food, a live DJ, fun costumes, and lots of sole! The action is taking place at Franklin Park again this year starting at 2pm. Register, volunteer, sponsor and/or learn more about Sole Train 5K by clicking below. 

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Thank you for helping make TEEP Summer 2022 a success! This summer, students returned to fully in-person programming for the first time in two years. They were met with new and exciting experiential learning opportunities, including a series of Career Day panel and Q&A sessions with the Augustus White Society of Harvard Medical School. The Career Day panels exposed students to the stories and experiences of physicians, pharmacists, chefs, artists, and medical students of color. TEEPers tested their zip lining skills with field trips to Boundless Adventures, made waves at Houghton’s Pond for the annual Family Day Celebration, and enjoyed a new improvised theatre elective. All of these happened in addition to their daily Math, Humanities, and ELA academic enrichment offerings -- what a summer! 

Thank you for your enduring commitment to TBC. Please consider a gift to support our programs and carry our healing mission forward.
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