Read about our history and see some photos of life at our Home in the 1970s in an informational pamphlet published by Fr. Jim Close in 1976.
About Erin Ash
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Erin Ash contributed a whooping 8 entries.
Entries by Erin Ash
Read about Fr. Mahoney’s incredible dedication to the mission of providing safety to the wave of young people who arrived in Chicago throughout the 1890s.
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls has received designation as a GuideStar Platinum-level participant committed to transparency in nonprofit practices.
Entrepreneur, author, and television personality Bill Rancic is helping Mercy Home get the word out about its March for Kids campaign. Hear him speak with Stylz & Roman on US99.5 to learn how you can join the march.
Mercy Home has been chosen as the January beneficiary of Flowers for Dreams. Buy your bouquet today and support our kids!
Every July 4th, our country celebrates Independence Day by remembering our history and those who fought for our freedom. Here at Mercy Home, we work with our kids every day on skills that will enable them to become more independent in their own lives.
Summer activities to keep your kids busy in Chicago.
5 tips of tax advice for teens. File safely, on-time and accurately with a couple tips from us.
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