Community Service

Trinity Episcopal Preschool Gives Back!

Teaching our young children the importance of helping others is an important part of our education program at Trinity Episcopal Preschool. The concepts of caring, helping, and giving of oneself are broken down to a level that 2, 3 and 4 year children can understand. The children at Trinity Episcopal Preschool begin each year by making a “LOOK OUT BANK” which is used to collect BOX TOPS for The Ark and pull tabs for the Ronald McDonald House.

The Ark is a preschool in downtown Baltimore for homeless children. During our fall Book Pajama Party, the children are able to donate one of their own books to the children of The Ark and raise money through a bake sale to help The Ark buy school supplies. Every spring the children from The Ark come out to Trinity Episcopal Preschool a play date!

At Thanksgiving, Trinity Episcopal Preschool joins the entire Towson community to support the Assistance Center of Towson Churches (ACTC) in assembling and distributing Thanksgiving food bags. Each family provides one food item for the bags and throughout the month of November, each class is tasked with doing 25 good deeds to earn money to buy food in the Trinity Episcopal Preschool Thanksgiving Grocery Store.

Trinity Episcopal Preschool supports the Ronald McDonald House in several ways.In addition to collecting pull tabs, during our breakfast with Santa, the children give Santa a present to take to the children of the Ronald McDonald house that are not able to make it home for Christmas due to medical treatments. Trinity Episcopal Preschool parents also sponsors monthly dinner for the families as well as an activity hour for the children of RMHC.