- Deliver on its historically grounded commitments to skills, people development and education;
- The care and wellbeing of its members and their dependents;
- Raise and disburse funds for the advancement of young persons living in the Aberdeen community;
- Maintain and provide access to the historical artefacts of the trade crafts of Aberdeen.
It does this by:
- Maintaining Trinity Hall and its contents in a manner which will ensure that the centuries of history and the related artefacts are kept secure for the future and are accessible to historians and researchers.
- Sustaining the principles and practices upon which the Trades Guilds were founded and prospered, namely to:
- ensure the maintenance and development of skills,
- support the education of members children,
- provide pensions for retired members,
- support the widows of deceased members,
- Working with educational establishments within the Aberdeen community to enable and encourage the development of appropriate education programmes and secure access to them for the benefit of skills development.
- Using its influence and presence to extend its charitable activities into the Aberdeen community to assist in the development and care of, primarily, young persons.