Holy Trinity Nursing and Rehabilitation Center depends on the goodwill and charity of others to make up the increasing difference between what the federal and state governments reimburse and what it actually costs to provide the care our residents deserve. We implore you to look into your hearts and ask yourselves how you would like to be treated in your "golden years," and enable us to treat others that way. There are a number of different ways to show your Philanthropic spirit.


We welcome and thank you for your interest in volunteering at Holy Trinity. Talented volunteers make a difference to our residents, their families and our staff.


We are a tax exempt non-profit under IRS tax code 501(c)(3), which means gifts can be made tax deductible.


We accept: 

Paypal, Visa/Mastercard/amex



What would happen to you or your loved one if a medical event occurred, and recuperating or being cared for at home was not possible?


You can donate to one of our fundraising efforts:

  • "Treasured Generations" - our annual fund

  • The Annual Event - our major "fun-raiser" of the year - you have fun and our residents benefit by your generosity

  • Memorials -- if you appreciate the care your friends and loved ones received, you can make a donation in their memory and encourage others to

  • Dedicated Gifts - is there an activity or occasion that you would like to underwrite for the residents? Or perhaps you see a need in the resident rooms, day rooms, or another area of the building that you would like to fulfill? We keep a wish list ranging from the flashy - a gazebo - to the mundane - software programs, cooling pumps and roof repairs - that always can use funding

  • Bequests -- remembering Holy Trinity in your will is another way to show your support

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Most of us believe that we will never need the services of a rehabilitation center or care in a nursing facility, yet Americans are living longer than ever, and more and more are finding themselves unexpectedly seeking post-acute care. A sudden illness or injury can happen at any age:

  • Studies have shown that everyone will experience a nursing facility in their lifetime, whether through a family member, a friend, or for themselves.

  • 1 out of 4 individuals, or 25%, will need nursing services or rehabilitative care in their lifetime following a hospitalization.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is the payer for 70% of the care in skilled nursing facilities like Holy Trinity, yet the state has not improved payments to nursing facilities for many years. Since Holy Trinity must continue to provide the highest quality of care we believe every resident deserves, we need your support to offset the recurring and growing shortfall in Massachusetts Medicaid payments.