24 Aug 2020
August 24, 2020

Trinity Funds Final Round of Community’s Most Urgent Needs

August 24, 2020 0 Comment

Trinity Health Foundation of East Tennessee completed the last round of funding, which stemmed from the identified long-term impacts of COVID-19.  In the final selection, 63 organizations requested over $1.2 million. The Trinity board selected 42 organizations to receive a total of $550,000. Trinity is honored to partner with many organizations that continue to creatively.. read more →

In March, the Trinity board decided to open an emergency grant cycle to address the most urgent needs represented in Knox County and the eight surrounding counties.  In mid-April, 54 nonprofit organizations received funding to provide continued services and programs in the community. Many of these organizations have been highlighted on social media platforms such.. read more →

16 Jul 2020
July 16, 2020

2019 Silver Lamp Awards

July 16, 2020 0 Comment

2019 Silver Lamp Award winners and Blake Scholarship recipients with Hospital Administrators and Scholarship Donors Trinity Health Foundation of East Tennessee hosted the 2019 Silver Lamp Awards on Thursday, January 16, 2020, at The Foundry. This year, Trinity recognized 24 healthcare professionals who received a Silver Lamp Award for continuing education during the 2018 calendar.. read more →

15 Oct 2019
October 15, 2019

Good Knox Network: True Health from Balance

October 15, 2019 0 Comment

True Health from Balance By Dr. H. Lee Martin, President Trinity Health Foundation of East Tennessee From time to time, one comes across wisdom worth sharing.  The “Dare Square” from William Danforth is a personal metric that we can all benefit from considering.  While our healthcare system is a marvel of facilities and technologies, responsibility.. read more →

19 Aug 2019
August 19, 2019

Good Knox Network: All4Knox Takeaways in the Opioid Crisis

August 19, 2019 0 Comment

The Opioid Crisis: ALL4KNOX Takeaways By Dr. H. Lee Martin, President Trinity Health Foundation of East Tennessee   Friday, August 2, the City and County Mayors hosted a gathering to consider how our region can address the issues associated with substance abuse.  The venue was the new University Center on the campus of the University.. read more →