Indianapolis– Trinity Metals announced that it has made a donation to Torchbearers International, a Christian ministry that seeks to transform lives through biblical teaching and training. The generous donation of $50,000 comes at a time of need for Torchbearers as they provide support for Ukrainian refugees who have fled their home country due to the Russian attacks. 

“Any financial reserves we had available to us this spring were running short due to the pandemic. It was [Trinity Metals’] gift which allowed us to reach out in ways which would not have been possible otherwise,” said Peter Reid General Director of Torchbearers International. 

Lighting the way
With 25 centers across the Americas, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific—Torchbearers International is sharing their Christian faith all over the world. The ministry is non-denominational and offers a variety of biblical courses, conferences, and training for both men and women. 

Reaching out 
Throughout the past few months, Torchbearers International has taken in a group of Ukrainian refugees at some of their European centers. When the Ukrainians arrived, they brought little with them. Many knew of no one in their new country. Those with health challenges such as diabetes were left without the means to receive the medication or treatment they needed. Torchbearers was able to come alongside the refugees and provide for their medical needs through this monetary gift by Trinity Metals. 

A deeply rooted decision 
When asked what prompted this large donation, Wade Conner, CEO of Trinity Metals, said it was an easy decision. 

“We strive to run Trinity Metals and guide our personal lives to the best of our ability in accordance with Judeo-Christian principles. We want to live out those values through everything we do. We felt strongly that the crisis in Ukraine demanded a tangible and significant response from us—and we wanted to help in any way we could,” said Conner. 

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