On Wednesday, March 1, HUB International partnered with the Children’s Foundation of America at a UCLA Basketball game to support Trinity Youth Services’ programs. At a time-out during the first half of the sold-out game, HUB took center court at Pauley Pavilion to donate $80,000 aiding important services and experiences for Trinity’s foster youth.
Bob DeValle, of HUB International, presented an oversized check to Trinity Youth Services CEO, John Neiuber. Bruin’s cheerleaders rooted on as the game announcer spoke of the importance of Trinity Youth Services’ programs for foster youth.
HUB International not only contributed a generous donation for Trinity’s programs, but also donated tickets to the game and UCLA t-shirts for Trinity foster youth.
“Thank you to Bob DeValle and HUB International for their donation of tickets so the young men in our residential programs could enjoy the Bruins victory over the Washington Huskies 98-66,” said Mr. Neiuber. “HUB’s continuing partnership goes a long way in helping Trinity to provide the safe and secure setting where children can learn to cope and heal from the trauma in their lives.”
HUB International will partner with the Children’s Foundation of America in presenting a charity golf tournament later this year. The annual Trinity Classic golf tournament raises funds to support programs and services that assist children and youth in out-of-home placement to achieve permanency in supportive, loving homes. The tournament will take place on October 23, 2017. Get updates on the upcoming event by signing up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page.
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Jenelle Rensch, Marketing and Promotions Specialist
Jenelle maintains a distinctive look and voice for Trinity Youth Services through our online presence, media and community outreach. Before joining the Trinity team in 2016, Jenelle worked in the newspaper/magazine industry for nearly a decade as a graphic designer, photographer, writer and editor. Jenelle earned a bachelor’s degree in visual communications at California State University Fullerton and has won several awards throughout her career including a few from the National Newspaper Association.
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