Trigg House is a resource for women and children who receive government and non governmental support in their day-to-day lives.
The mission of Trigg House is to provide a positive and supportive environment to families in crisis, foster, and adopted children, including those recently emancipated from the foster care system.
Our programmatic focus is to empower women and children by creating opportunities for dynamic education, financial proficiency, job readiness, physical & mental health, and general wellness.
Trigg House fosters individuals towards empowerment and self-sufficiency, nurturing future leaders of, and meaningful contributors to, our community.
Co-Founder Cathleen Trigg Jones in the kitchen at Trigg House
Trigg House transforms lives by providing 501c3 nonprofit organizations with a collaborative or rental space for their clients to engage in meaningful experiences that facilitate healing and empowerment through sponsored holistic workshops, group therapy and meditation. If you are an employee or client of an 501c3 organization that is interested in partnering with Trigg House, renting the space for a retreat, or collaborating on a custom program, please let us know your idea here and someone from the Trigg House team will follow-up
We curate programs that make a GLOBAL impact!
Around the world, women play a vital role in providing for families, sustaining communities and managing natural resources. Yet far too many lack the means to improve lives and shape the planet’s future. Trigg House awarded its first college scholarship in the amount of $5,000 to a single mother at Delaware State University in 2014. The 2015 recipient of the Trigg House Brilliant Minds Scholarship is Charles Holley of Dallas Texas who will receive $2000 to attend a $200 Brilliant Minds Scholarship was awarded to Khalil Evans who is attending the University of Delaware to purchase books
Trigg House is a dynamic space. Not only does it function as a resource for healing and wellness for women and children who regularly utilize government and nongovernmental programs for support in their day to day lives, it is also a vehicle for Cathleen Trigg-Jones and her family to assist individuals in need(?). Every year since the inception of the organization The Jones Family has adopted families who have fallen on hard times and has worked together with those families to fulfill their Holiday wishes. Should you be in need(?) of individual assistance from Trigg House and The Jones Family, please share your story here.