Trinity Community Ministries Atlanta’s dedicated mission to help homeless men and veterans reclaim their lives and return to their families and communities as mentors and leaders, is thrilled to announce the return of their annual Trinity Combine.
“After all the challenges with COVID-19, plus having to shift to a virtual format in 2020, we are so excited to announce Trinity’s Combine is back and better than ever at Mercedes-Benz Stadium,” said Anita DeMyers, Executive Director of Trinity Community Ministries.
“To be on Atlanta’s home field with our men and our community of supporters will be an incredible experience. Trinity is on a mission to change lives in Atlanta and beyond. With your support, we’re making miracles happen together.”
Like so many non-profit organizations impacted by the pandemic and the economic downturn, fundraising to increase donation revenues is essential for Trinity’s success. Trinity House in downtown Atlanta, just down the block from the historic Ebenezer church, is a 36-bed home that had to reduce capacity and close its doors to visitors over the last year. Now, Trinity is trying to restore operations back to normal to help even more men and families get on the path to healing.
For the Combine, competitors from across the southeast will show up to perform their best on the field of Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Competitors are able to register and compete either as individuals or as members of a two-to-four-person team. Individual competitors are encouraged to compete in all 10 events such as a 100-yard shuffle, pull-ups, 500-meter row, and (of course) a football throw.
The 2021 Combine early-bird registration is now open and includes access to a workout plan to prepare for the event, entry ticket into Mercedes-Benz Stadium as well as lululemon apparel, and Combine swag for a discounted registration fee of $125/person ($300 fundraising minimum).
About Trinity Community Ministries
Trinity Community Ministries, Inc. (TCM) has operated and provided direct services to the Atlanta metropolitan community since 1981 and is officially incorporated as a 501(c)(3) organization. In 2004, TCM entered into a partnership with Big Bethel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, the owners of the former Hanley Building in the Sweet Auburn District of Atlanta, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s body was prepared for his funeral, and where TCM’s administrative offices and Trinity House-Big Bethel program are still housed today. Today, TCM’s mission is to help homeless men reclaim their lives and return to their families and communities as mentors and leaders. Learn more at tcmatlanta.org.