The Trinity Love Hoblit Foundation, a non-profit 501 (c)(3), established in 2016 is headquartered in Amelia Island, Florida. Its purpose is to support and fund neurological research, training, and treatment for brain aneurysms, strokes, and other cerebrovascular conditions at Wolfson’s Children’s Hospital and Baptist Neurological Institute, or any other similar local, regional, national or international facility; and to raise awareness and educate the public about the causes, identification, diagnoses, prevention, and treatment of brain aneurysms, strokes, and other cerebrovascular conditions.
90% of the net proceeds received by the foundation go directly to the programs we support and 10% go toward fundraising and admin. The Trinity Love Hoblit Foundation is completely staffed by unpaid community volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, please give us a call.
A portion of all gifts to the Trinity Love Hoblit Foundation Endowment at Wolfson Children’s Hospital, Baptist Neurological Institute and Baptist Nassau will be matched by Baptist Health.
At age nine, Trinity was diagnosed with multiple brain aneurysms. Over the years, she went through many brain surgeries. In 2015, Trinity was scheduled for an open brain surgery for an aneurysm clipping, but two days prior to her pre-op her aneurysm ruptured. She passed away on June 30th, 2015 at age fourteen.
Trinity was an advocate of organ donation, and with her family’s support, she gave life to three donor recipients after her death. Her heart was gifted to a five-year-old boy who had been awaiting a heart for over a year. Her liver was gifted to a six-month-old baby boy, and one of her kidneys was gifted to a 29-year-old woman. These three recipients are alive today as a result of Trinity and her family’s support for organ donation.
Trinity's legacy and kind spirit continue to impact so many lives today. The Trinity Love Hoblit Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was established in honor of Trinity.