Palmer Trinity’s innovative and rigorous academic program places us as one of the top schools in the state of Florida. But, like every independent school, we rely on philanthropic contributions to augment our tuition, fund important educational initiatives, and improve facilities. The PTS Annual Fund takes place every year from July 1 to June 30 (Fiscal Year). Thanks to the generosity of our parents, alumni, grandparents, and friends, Annual Fund donations enable us to fulfill our school’s mission and expand our vision for the future.

Your Annual Fund donation allows us to attract, retain, and invest in our exceptional teachers and staff; offer an excellent college preparatory curriculum; improve, enhance, and expand our campus facilities and resources; and provide financial assistance for those who would not be able to afford a PTS education. In addition, your donation to the Annual Fund is tax deductible.

There are many ways to contribute to Palmer Trinity. Whether you choose to support the PTS Annual Fund, make a gift to the General Endowment, support a naming opportunity on the North or South Campus, sponsor or participate in one or more of our events, or customize a special philanthropic memorial gift, your support is vital to our continued success. We hope you will consider making a personal commitment to our school’s campus development efforts.

Volunteers are the backbone of our community – we couldn’t do what we do without you! Please consider joining a volunteer committee to help support our school’s development efforts. Please contact Denise Gallardo if you have any questions or interest in volunteering at (305) 259–1136 or, or fill out and submit our PTPA Volunteer Opportunity Form. We welcome your input and support toward expanding our vision for the future.

Thank you for supporting Palmer Trinity School and its mission.

Juan Gomez
Director of Development
8001 SW 184 Street, Miami, FL 33157
Tel: 305.251.2230 | Fax: 305.251.2917
An independent, college preparatory, co-ed, Episcopal day school serving a community of students grades 6-12.