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Propelled to help neighbors in need, members of the Dominican Sisters of Amityville started Trinity Human Services Corporation in 1981.  We were known as Most Holy Trinity Housing Corporation.  The Conventual Franciscan Friars of St. Anthony Province were also important friends during those early years. In 1991, to meet the compounding needs of our neighbors, we expanded into a social services center and changed our name to Trinity Human Services Corporation or THSC for short.

We remain focused on serving our neighbors in Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick, Brooklyn, although we open our doors to people from throughout New York City. Through our Food Pantry, Social Services, and Thrift Store, we are able to help 45,000 needy New Yorkers every year.  We have been recognized as an Exemplary Food Pantry by the Food Assistance Collaborative, a joint program of Helmsley Charitable Trust, City Harvest, and United Way of New York City.

THSC is the only emergency food pantry open four days a week in the surrounding area and welcomes all in need.

Our Mission

Trinity Human Services Corporation seeks to build on individual and family strengths to improve the lives of economically disadvantaged residents in Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York. We run our programs through the generosity of donors and the kindness of volunteers.  THSC is a 501(c ) 3 non-profit organization and is non-denominational.

empowering families

We are helping to lift families out of poverty through financial empowerment, nutrition education and other resources.

fighting hunger & poverty

Trinity is working to end hunger in Brooklyn. We envision a community where everyone is able to obtain enough nutritious food to support their families.

building hope

Our goal is to improve the quality of life of the New Yorkers we serve in Brooklyn and eliminate the stigma of hunger and poverty in our community.

By the Numbers

More than 3,500 New Yorkers count on us every month

2 in 5

of our neighbors live below the poverty level


New Yorkers served annually by Trinity Human Services


pounds of food distributed each year