Seniors Named 2021 Caring Award Recipients

Congratulations to Jacqueline Chafart '21, Katerina Chafart '21, and Vienna Chafart '21 who were recently selected as Trinity Hall's recipients of the Monmouth County Guidance Directors Association 2021 Caring Award, which celebrates students who have shown exceptional caring and compassion to a cause, group, or program during their high school careers.
 
The Chafarts were recognized for their work with the Frances Foundation for Kids Fighting Cancer, a local organization that brings smiles to children with cancer through special trips and events, and offers financial assistance to their families. The girls have been volunteering with the foundation since seventh grade, helping at special events like the annual softball tournament. Their involvement grew to being named junior trustees, earning the chance to lead their own event that provided families with exclusive access to a day of rides, fun, and stress relief at iPlay America.
 
"This foundation has truly changed our lives and will continue to change the lives of thousands of children in need," said Jacqueline. "It is truly an honor to represent the Trinity Hall community [with this award]."
 
Each high school in Monmouth County selects recipients of the Caring Award. The recognition honors students who have volunteered their time, effort, dedication, and have made a difference in their community.    
 
"The school leadership team selected the Chafart sisters as Trinity Hall's recipients of the Caring Award to celebrate their generous efforts with the Frances Foundation throughout their high school careers," said Alyssa Morreale, director of college counseling. "Their dedication to helping the children and families in need truly reflects Trinity Hall's commitment to serve our community."
 
Watch the Chafarts accept their award:
 
 
 
 
 

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