Trinity provides programs and services for 80 individuals of all ages who have developmental disabilities. Trinity Gardens and Farmstead is a 43-acre farm for people of all abilities to work, live and play. In addition, Trinity offers learning, vocational and residential programs, helping people with disabilities live full and abundant lives. Most of the people Trinity serves are from Belleville but others are from Madison, Clinton and Monroe counties.
How to help
The nonprofit ALFA Foundation, founded by friends and families of adults with developmental disabilities, and Trinity Services invite the public to share their Christmas spirit. To help, visit the Trinity Services Office at 973 N. Sixth St. in Mascoutah and pick out a gift tag that contains a suggested item or wish of one of the clients that is in need of some extra cheer. These wishes include a variety of items such as coloring books, clothing items and a portable DVD player. Items may be new or gently used. Cash donations also are appreciated.
Get in touch
Checks may be made out to ALFA FOUNDATION, c/o Trinity Services, 973 N. 6th Street, Mascoutah, IL, 62258. For more information, call Lynn at 618-566-4200.