Since 1966, Trinity Youth Services has been helping children and families create a better future. Join us in a photo timeline through the history of Trinity. The organization was established 50 years ago, served over 60,000 children and has grown into the thriving services it has become today encompassing foster care, residential treatment and mental health programs.
For 50 years, Trinity Youth Services has helped children and families create a better future. Established in 1966, the organization has served over 60,000 trauma-affected children and on Saturday, October 15, over 100 guests gathered at the historic Garner House in Claremont to celebrate Trinity Youth Services’ 50th anniversary.
Among the guests were supporters, employees, board members, chamber members, local residents and dignitaries including Congresswoman Judy Chu, Claremont Mayor Sam Pedroza, Claremont Chamber CEO Maureen Aldridge and Chair Nikki Coulas, Deputy District Director Matthew Lyons on behalf of Assemblymember Chris R. Holden, and District Director Rachel Barbosa on behalf of Supervisor Hilda L. Solis. After being presented with certificates of congratulations, Trinity Youth Services CEO, John Neiuber, led guests in a toast to the organization’s 50 years of service.
Local restaurants contributed appetizers for guests to enjoy as they browsed the exhibition space, which featured information about the organization. Guests learned about foster care, adoption, residential treatment centers, mental health programs and the history of Trinity Youth Services. The walls of the exhibit were adorned with a photo timeline of Trinity’s programs over the past 50 years.
Tastings included a celebratory champagne cocktail provided by Vom Fass, craft beer from Claremont Craft Ales and wine from Plume Ridge Bottle Shop. Refreshments were complemented by tapas from Nuno’s Bistro and Bar, a cheese platter from Cheese Cave, appetizers from 50-fifty Asian Fusion Cuisine and seasonal berry cobbler and pumpkin pie from I Like Pie Bakeshop.
The Robbie Davis Jazz Trio performed as a slideshow displayed images of past and present employees and volunteers making a difference in the lives of children.
D’Avello Photography contributed to the festivities by hosting a red carpet-style photo opportunity for attendees to enjoy—a perfect keepsake for guests to remember the evening.
As a special finale, the Children’s Foundation of America conducted a “Shopping by Chance” raffle, raising $700 for children in Trinity Youth Services’ care.
Trinity Youth Services, based in Claremont, CA, provides foster care, adoption, residential treatment and mental health services to youth in Southern California and Houston, TX. For more information or to get involved with this important cause, contact 800.964.9811, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.TrinityYS.org.
Thank you to our event donors and sponsors: 50-Fifty Asian Fusion Cuisine, Amelie, Aromatique, Augie’s Coffee House, The Bath Workshop, Bert & Rocky’s Cream Co., Bradford Portraiture, Candlelight Pavilion, Cheesecake Factory, Cheese Cave, Children’s Foundation of America, Claremont Craft Ales, Claremont Courier, Claremont Heritage, Claremont Video, D’Avello Photography, The Diamond Center, The Dinner Detective, The DoubleTree by Hilton, Escape Salon, The Folk Music Center, The Huntington Library, I Like Pie Bake Shop, Inland Valley Repertory Theatre, Kidspace Children’s Museum, Nick’s of Laguna, Nuno’s Bistro & Bar, Massage Envy Claremont, Ophelia’s Jump, Padua Pasta Makers, The Pasadena Playhouse, PianoPiano, Plume Ridge Bottle Shop, Sheri Nagel, South Coast Plaza, and Vom Fass.