Once again, Fr. Scott Donahue was invited to give a reflection and the invocation at the Chicago Federation of Labor’s (CFL) annual Labor Day luncheon. The gathering brought together more than 1,200 leaders from organized labor, government, and business, as well as rank and file union members to honor those who have fought to secure the rights of working men and women throughout Chicago and Cook County.
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Read more about how lessons we’ve learned at Mercy Home have taught us that partnering with your child’s education is a formula for success!
Read about Rashaun, who went from taking risks and behaving badly in class to flourishing academically at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
Read the story of Brenda, a young woman who came to Mercy Home for Boys & Girls determined to succeed and turn tragedy into opportunity.
Thank you for giving our children—kids like Eric—a safe, stable, and loving home. Here, they grow and heal. They know that they are cared for. And they learn that they can achieve anything they set their minds to.
Read about our young man, Bryan, and how he blossomed academically thanks to the resources you provide to our boys and girls at Mercy Home.
Read about former Mercy Home resident and current AfterCare program member Rita and how her enduring connection to the Home has made a difference in her life.
After losing her grandmother, the only caring family member she ever knew, Brianna found hope at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
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