Trinity Foundation International is a public 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to supporting four primary causes:  

Public Education   

Scholarships and Grants 

Community Service 

Research and Development  
The Foundation promotes research about the causes, treatment, control and cure for diseases such as:  

  • Alzheimer's 
  • Parkinson's 
  • Heart Disease  
  • Arthritis 
  • Osteoarthritis  
  • Cancer


  • These and other diseases of the elderly related diseases are of prime importance to Trinity Foundation International. 
  • We have dedicated our foundation to providing original research and support of selected individuals and institutions dedicated to research and development in this area. The Trinity Foundation does not take research lightly. Since its inception the foundation has sponsored three research projects lasting from three months to 12 months. 
  • Click on any of these projects for complete details: 
  • Research is the key to prevention, maintenance and even finding the cure. Please give generously to Trinity Foundation International.
More than 300,000 hip fractures occur
every year because of osteoporosis.
Research is constantly ongoing at Trinity Foundation International. Your donations will make research possible and new projects will be posted here as they happen.
 Public Education: Top 

 The Trinity Foundation is made up of experts based in the United States and Canada. If we do not have the answer at our fingertips, we will find the answer for you. If we can make your life or the life of your loved one easier on a day to day basis, then we are accomplishing our mission.

We can provide information about:  

How can we help you? 

Submit your request/question
  • Disease or symptoms of a disease. 
  • Dealing with your loved one. 
  • Ideas on how to make the time more enjoyable with your loved one. 
  • Dietary issues and what foods might help. 
  • Past lifestyle changes and how you manage with a new lifestyle. 
  • Day to day changes - how to cope, what to do and where to go. 
  • Things you can change around your house to make things a little easier. 
  • Books, articles or magazines to read to help you cope with the disease. 
  • Activities and how to spend time more effectively. 
  • Information on Living Wills, Powers Of Attorney or Advanced directives. 
What are some questions  
I should ask when choosing: 
  • an adult day care a
  • retirement community. 
  • an assisted living facility. 
  • a nursing home facility. 
  • a doctor or specialists. 
Helping is our mission.  And with the help of our benefactors, we can help those in need.
 Scholarship Awards and Grants: Top
The Foundation awards scholarships to selected students majoring in the study of long term health care. The Trinity Foundation recognizes the need for a holistic approach to health care delivery and is willing to assist individuals and educational institutions that share in this vision. 
L.O.V.E. program where long term care employees participate in a scholarship program in their facility.  Giving scholarship money to your own people.   Help them improve their education and their abilities.  Ask us how this works! 
The scholarship program recently held the 1st Annual Shamrock Classic Golf Tournament in Cleveland, Tennessee with Jerry Faust as guest speaker. With over 25 teams in competition, the event was co-sponsored by Notre Dame High School and was a huge success. 

If you represent an institution, we are soliciting applications for grant money for these scholarships. If you are interested in a grant application and feel your institution follows the philosophies of our foundation then feel free to sign our guest book. We will send you information on the grants that will be available shortly. Once the foundation is fully endowed, we will be seriously looking for the right institution that fits our mission.

Alzheimer's is the fourth leading cause of death among the elderly.

Community Service:
Trinity Foundation works as a support team for health care institutions, hospitals, long term care, assisted living, adult day care, retirement communities, drop in centers, acute care/sub acute facilities and Alzheimer's facilities. If you are a care provider in one of these settings, maybe we can help you. We can't be there right beside you, but we can be a resource for you, answer questions and help locate answers for you. Sometime it only takes one extra resource to enable a resident or family member to cope with the problems the disease is causing them.
Let us help you find the answer. 
We are your community service.
The videotape mentioned earlier will be of prime importance to the community service efforts of our foundation as well. We can help make life easier for people in need.
These four causes are the reason this foundation was established. William Frey III, Executive Director of the Trinity Foundation, believed there was a gap between all the unrelated single-cause foundations and associations in this big wonderful world of ours. He asked: "What about the group as a whole?", "Who is taking caring of the entire older adult population?". That is how the foundation began. It is a help to the older adults in a nursing home, to the younger adult not wanting to be classified as old, yet dealing a disease. The families of these people afflicted with a disease don't know where to turn. This is who we are dedicated in serving. 
Parkinson's Disease affects about 1 in 100
Americans over the age of 60 years.

Thank you for your interest.

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