Trinity Serves

How Trinity Serves

“Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.” Hebrews 13:16

At Trinity, we get excited about giving back to the community. Jesus taught us that it is better to give than receive and we enjoy watching the fruit of our labor add value and serve those in need. We have created a give-back program that for every job placed, we will donate to the organizations throughout Tulsa.

As we are blessed in our business, we want to “pay it forward”. Our charitable support has included domestic shelters, adult transition facilities, residential childcare programs, mental health resources, food banks, local education programs, etc.

We encourage our team to do the following every day:

  1. Think of ways to add value to people. Every day, think of small (or big) things that Trinity can do to help others.
  2. Look for Ways to Add Value to People. In addition to thinking ahead about ways to add value, people who live with intentionality are also on constant lookout for spontaneous ways to help others. They have an outward focus as they go through their lives, ready to do something that makes someone’s day. These actions don’t have to be big or expensive; small meaningful actions can make a big difference. The key is to open our eyes and be ready to seize opportunities as they present themselves.
  3. Do Things That Add Value to People. As our founder, Cory Minter’s mentor (David Edens) often says, “Don’t tell me what you’re going to do – show me.” It’s great to think ahead and look around for ways to add value to others, but nothing beats actually doing something for another person. In public or in private, in small ways or large, taking action to add value to someone else is a wonderful expression of the Trinity spirit.
  4. Encourage Others to Add Value to People – Significance begins with us, but it’s meant to be shared. As we develop and learn the daily habit of adding value to others, we want to share the spirit of giving by being an encouragement to people close to us to do the same. Our goal is to begin a significant movement right in your own office and community.