Trinity Housing Corporation of Greeley


Challenge Commitment
78Thousand Square Feet
Goals Progress
20%Reduction in Energy Intensity16%Cumulative (vs. Baseline)

Trinity Housing Corporation of Greeley is a non-profit board of directors formed in 1972 by Trinity Episcopal Church in the interest of giving back to the local community. Trinity Housing Corporation owns one property, Island Grove Village Apartments (IGVA), through which it provides low-income housing and social services to the community. These social services, based in the IGVA Education Department, provide adult and children focused educational programming. The adult programming includes a free, community neighborhood network computer lab and classrooms called The Grove Neighborhood Network where adults can pursue GED, ESL and other educational programming. The children focused after-school and summer program is called the Kaleidoscope Youth Program and is set in the computer lab and classrooms.

Trinity Housing Corporation of Greeley is proud of its long-term commitment to the environment, reducing waste and consumption, and educating and encouraging others to follow suit. Recipient of the City of Greeley’s first Environmental Stewardship Award in 2008, Trinity Housing Corporation has directed numerous renovations at IGVA in the interest of water and energy conservation.