Our Holy Trinity Cathedral
The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is one of Port of Spain’s oldest surviving structures. it was damaged in 2018’s 6.9 magnitude earthquake. Over $70 million is needed to help restore heavily damaged walls, pillars, pinnacles and
We are asking our parishioners, donors, patrons, family and friends (both locally and internationally) to assist in this undertaking by making weekly, monthly and/or yearly donations to the ‘Holy Trinity Cathedral Restoration Fund.’ This can be a one-time monetary donation that will go towards fulfilling our mandate. Simply click on the donate button above – we’re grateful for whatever you can afford.
If you wish to give a donation, you are welcome to use the automated donation feature above. However if you wish to give an offline donation please feel free to use any of the methods described below.
If you are able to provide a cash donation to us, you are welcome to drop it off in person to our address below:
Address: Hayes Court, 21 Maraval Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
If you prefer to deposit a cash donation into our bank, please see the bank deposit guide below.
If you are able to provide a donation via cheque payment, you can mail it to our address below, or you are welcome to drop it off in person.
Please make out any cheque payments to: The Incorporated Trustees of the Anglican Holy Trinity Cathedral Restoration.
If you are able to provide a donation via bank deposit payment, you can visit any First Citizens Bank branch and deposit funds into our account below:
Name of account holder: The Incorporated Trustees of the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Trinidad and Tobago.
Name of bank: First Citizens Bank, Maraval Road branch.
Account number: 2696950.
Account type: Checking.
If you are able to provide a donation via online bank transfer, you can make an online payment through your bank to our account below:
Please feel free to share our donation link below to anybody who may be able to donate to our cause!
it was damaged in 2018’s 6.9 magnitude earthquake.