ABQ Involved volunteers will help Trinity House with yard work and painting. Children age 10 and up can participate, but all children are welcome so long as parents provide supervision.
The Trinity House Catholic Worker is a house of Hospitality for homeless folk based in the tradition of the Catholic Worker movement founded by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin. Trinity House Catholic Worker is a 501c3 community serving the needs of homeless folk in Albuquerque. On a referral-basis, Trinity House provides two bedrooms for housing guests who are homeless, one for families and one for women and children. Breakfast and supper are provided for them during their stay of up to three months. During the day, guests are required to fulfill requirements necessary for permanent housing, including jobs, counseling, medical attention, etc. Guest referrals are made exclusively by a social person staff-person who networks with social workers at various agencies.