grants

The Trinity Trust makes grants exclusively for the benefit of the residents of Trinity County California.

Encouraging Collaboration

A request for museum training led to a Community Response Grant for a collaborative training ultimately benefiting four local museums.  A class teaching state-of-the-art artifact conservation and management skills was attended by volunteers from the Jake Jackson Museum in Weaverville, the Weaverville Volunteer Fire Department Museum, the Scott Museum in Trinity Center and the Willow-Creek China Flat Museum. 

Keeping Kids Safe

Trinity County is blessed with beautiful streams and lakes affording many water sport opportunities.  It also means children need to be water safe.  The Trinity Trust’s 2007 Summer Youth Mini-Grant Program included ten awards to programs containing a component of swimming lessons/water safety.  

Trinity County is blessed with beautiful streams and lakes affording many water sport opportunities.  It also means children need to be water safe.  The Trinity Trust’s 2007 Summer Youth Mini-Grant Program included ten awards to programs containing a component of swimming lessons/water safety.  

Community Response Grants

The Trinity Trust’s Community Response Grant Program is designed to respond to urgent, unexpected or one-time needs where a small investment can make a lasting difference to our community.  

Grants will be made for projects that do one or more of the following:
  • Build ~ collaborative relationships and partnerships
  • Integrate ~ youth in ways that build their commitment to community and civic responsibility,
  • Engage ~ community members who will benefit in the planning,
  • Develop ~ community leadership,
  • Leverage ~ matching funding or resources for the organization
  • Increase ~ the long-term capacity of an organization to improve or expand their services.

    Guidelines and Application:

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