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Pictured L-R: Peter Rosen, Director of Cardiology Services at Nanitcoke; Steve Rose, NHS President & CEO; Heather Hearn, Trinity Director of Operations; Penny Short, NHS CNO/COO; Greg Massey, Trinity Agent Development VP; and Rachel Gardner, Allen Cancer Center Director

Trinity Logistics, in conjunction with the Trinity Foundation, continues to support Nanticoke Health Services and the health of the surrounding communities with its annual events: the Big Pink Volleyball Tournament in Georgetown and the Heart & Sole 5k in Seaford.

To kick off the year’s fundraising activities, Trinity held its 6th annual Big Pink Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, March 9 at Delmarva Christian High School in Georgetown, Delaware. 27 teams—5 of which were from Nanticoke—competed in this event while dressed in pink or themed costumes to help raise funds for the Allen Cancer Center at Nanticoke.

Saturday’s less-then-stellar weather didn’t stop supporters from lacing up their sneakers on April 20 for Trinity’s 9th annual Heart & Sole 5K. Participants young and old gathered at Trinity Logistics in Seaford to walk or run to raise funds for Nanticoke’s Cardiac Rehabilitation department to purchase new equipment for recovering cardiac patients.

On Monday, June 17, employees from Trinity Logistics and Nanticoke Health Services gathered together for the unveiling of the check total from the two events. Greg Massey and Heather Hearn of Trinity proudly presented Nanticoke with a check for $15,000 to promote healthy lifestyles and to raise awareness for cancer and heart disease within the surrounding communities.

“We are once again proud to support our community,” said Greg Massey, Trinity’s VP of Agent Development. “The Heart & Sole 5k and the Big Pink Volleyball Tournament have grown over the years, in part because they are incredible events, but also because of the causes they support.”

The Nanticoke Health Foundation is thankful for the leadership demonstrated by Trinity Logistics and the Trinity Foundation for making these events possible. Nanticoke would also like to thank everyone who supported and participated in the events for their dedication to Nanticoke’s mission to positively impact our communities’ quality of life through superior health service. To learn how you can help make a difference, visit

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