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Our Mission

  • To make a meaningful impact in our local communities through thoughtful engagement in areas aligned with our charitable focus of supporting patients and underserved/underrepresented communities. 
  • Through employee volunteerism, corporate sponsorships, and giving, we direct our corporate citizenship efforts to areas that matter most to our key stakeholders and influence the future of healthcare.

Our Focus

Trinity partners with organizations to have a direct impact on underserved and underrepresented communities. Through company-wide engagement, we focus our efforts on skills-based volunteering, elevating the patient voice and corporate partnerships.

  • Skills-Based Volunteering – Enable employees to serve in their local community and provide pro-bono services for charitable organizations and non-profit foundations  
  • Elevating the Patient Voice – Elevate the patient and caregiver voice to raise awareness of their experience and enable advocacy and support  
  • Corporate Partnerships – Financial sponsorship of non-profit partners and the groups and stakeholders they support  

Questions? Contact TrinityGives@TrinityLifeSciences.com

  • Skills-Based Volunteering

    Regional Giving – Trinity partners with local communities through skills-based volunteering in support of STEM education, mentorship, and career development

    Pro Bono Services – Trinity actively provides pro bono and discounted consulting/strategy services in support global advocacy groups, foundations, not-for-profit organizations in the life sciences industry.

    Past recipients include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Medicine Patents Pool, PTEN Research, Life Science Cares and the Concussion Legacy Foundation.

    Global “Trinity Gives Days” – Each year, staff across each of our global offices choose a day to volunteer together across various local charitable organizations. “Trinity Gives Day” creates cohesion and solidarity between our offices as we volunteer in our local communities.

    Global “Year-End Drive” – Trinity hosts an annual holiday drive to support those in need. Employees donate to various organizations.

  • Elevating the Patient Voice

    Patient Speaker Series – Trinity regularly invites patients, caregivers and advocates from a range of therapeutic areas and walks of life to share their stories. These experts help expand our knowledge, connect us to the mission behind our work, and grow understanding of how Trinity’s efforts impact those on the front lines of our healthcare system.

    Recent speakers have included:

    Taylor Chinitz during her talk at Trinity Life Sciences

    Taylor Chinitz

    Taylor Chinitz was diagnosed at age 22 with Stage III B Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Taylor received an Autologous Stem Cell Transplant in May of 2020 and has been in remission since September 2020. She has been nominated as a Visionary of the Year by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, a campaign that honors blood cancer survivors and supports the society’s efforts to advance blood cancer treatment options.

    For more information on Taylor and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Visionary of the Year campaign please visit https://www.lls.org/.

    Taylor Chinitz is also deeply involved in the Pan-Mass Challenge: https://profile.pmc.org/TC0188.

    Nikki McIntosh during her talk at Trinity Life Sciences

    Nikki McIntosh

    Nikki is a writer, speaker, advocate, and mother of two sons, one of whom was diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). She has created a platform to help others in her community seek advice, support and share their stories through “Rare Mama’s” (See the website here: https://raremamas.com/).

    SMA is a rare, degenerative, neuromuscular disease and affected patients are often diagnosed at a young age. For Nikki, her son, Miles, was diagnosed at the age of eighteen months and has been living and managing SMA ever since. Nikki left her career to take care of Miles full-time, and through extensive research, she discovered and enrolled Miles in a clinical trial for SPINRAZA®. She empowers and advocates for other caregivers managing rare diseases.

    Melanie Nix during her talk at Trinity Life Sciences

    Melanie Nix

    Melanie A. Nix is a triple negative breast cancer survivor and a cofounder of Breast Cancer Comfort Site. The chief visionary of Diagnosis to Destiny, she shares lessons learned surviving cancer that can pave the road from diagnosis to destiny. Melanie is a multimedia storyteller who uses a variety of media to share her uplifting and inspiring story as well as deliver illuminating messages.

    Melanie’s cancer survival ignited her resilience coaching. She became a post cancer distance runner whose #Exercising4MyLife campaign highlights the health and wellness benefits of running and offers lessons on training and discipline. She is a celebrator of life and milestones big and small. She holds an MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business – University of Maryland, College Park and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia. Melanie resides in the Washington, DC area with her family.

Join our team

As a company, we value trust – both within our company and with our customers. Trinity has a track record of unflinching commitment to our endeavors, always going beyond what is expected. We pride ourselves on our shared dedication to advancing the life sciences and a passion for healthcare.