Trinity Oaks uses hunting, fishing, and outdoor activities to give back and make a difference in the lives of others.
Our programs and services are for underserved populations such as veterans, youth, terminally ill and disabled; who benefit immensely from the outdoors, but otherwise would not be able to afford the experience.
Founded in 2007, Trinity Oaks is a U.S. registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, based in San Antonio, Texas.
Through your support, Trinity Oaks hosts events for veterans called "Hero Celebrations". These celebrations are just as much about the hunting and fishing as they are about showing our humble appreciation and immense respect for the brave men and women of the military.
Youth events are a major part of Trinity Oaks' work. We believe that through education and proper initiation of youth, we can ensure the cultural and aesthetic pleasures of hunting and fishing traditions are cemented within the next generation.
Trinity Oaks has developed a special program called "Dream Trips" that grants a last wish to terminally ill people and their immediate family. These powerful trips uplift the spirits of the participant battling serious illness or disability, as well as support the family through a trying time.
Most uniquely, Trinity Oaks believes the bounty of the harvest must be shared with those less fortunate. We privately process and distribute the surplus meat to faith-based soup kitchens, homeless shelters, orphanages, battered women's homes, and our military troops overseas.
Trinity Oaks’ annual Hero Celebration at the El Sauz Ranch near Port Mansfield, Texas was a raging success! Six wounded veterans were brought in to experience a world-class South Texas hunting and fishing trip! The veterans hunted trophy nilgai, javelina, and fished the brackish water for huge alligator gar and off shore for king fish and reds… and a little sporting clays and dove shooting... Read More
“I raised both my boys to hunt, starting them out at a very young age. I believe that hunting is part of our heritage and to still be able to do that in our great country is due, in part to those young men and women in our military and all those that served before them. ” – Mike Mobley, father of two Purple-Heart military veterans Annually, Trinity Oaks works with the hunting community t... Read More
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