Trinity Believes that housing is a human right and that no person should be living on the streets. We also advocate for affordable housing for all.
Trinity is part of Family Promise, which houses families experiencing homelessness, the Women’s Hospitality Network, which houses single women experiencing homelessness, and in 2018 and 2019 will be one of the host drop in sites for Monmouth Country Code Blue Nights keeping our community members warm during cold winter nights.
Women’s Hospitality Network
The Women’s Hospitality Network (WHN) is a collaborative effort of houses of worship, organizations, and individuals from the greater Asbury Park and Neptune areas and beyond. Together, they work to provide emergency, night-time housing from December through March for single women that are experiencing homelessness.
If you are a woman looking for housing please call the Women’s Hospitality Network Hotline number (732) 774-3130
To volunteer please contact Derek@trinitynj.com. Volunteering might include setting up, staying over night to host the women, or bringing dinner for the night.
Family Promise of Monmouth County, an affiliate of National Family Promise, is committed to advocating for innovative solutions to ending family homelessness. Please click here for more info https://familypromisemc.org/.
To volunteer at Trinity for Family promise please contact Rocco Sherman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteering might include staying over night with families, cooking food for dinner or breakfast, host kids with a fun project, and more.
Code Blue Nights
During the months of Dec-March Trinity along with Second Baptist of Asbury Park will be hosting our community members during the cold nights of the winter. Any night that is cold enough to be designated a code blue night we will open our doors as a drop in center. Community members experiencing homelessness will have a warm place to stay, drink coffee, fellowship, and use our restrooms.
To volunteer please email Derek@trinitynj.com