Mercy Home marches in the 90th Annual Bud Billiken Parade, the largest African-American parade in the United States.
About Nic Halverson
Nic Halverson is a Communications Coordinator at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls. He previously worked as a journalist and freelance writer, covering contemporary arts, culture, sports, travel, science and technology. He is a native Hoosier and proud defender of the Midwest.
Entries by Nic Halverson
At Mercy Home, Ryan received the tools he needed to be successful in school.
Mercy Home’s Friends First Mentoring Program allows volunteers to make a bigger difference in the lives kids in need of role models.
Summer Enrichment Program at Mercy Home strengthens academic retention to bridge the achievement gap between high- and low-income families.
Graduates from Mercy Home for Boys & Girls share reflections on their growth, academic achievements, and future plans.
The Friends First Workplace-Based Mentoring Program held a closing ceremony to celebrate a successful year of growth, new friendships, and memorable activities.
Friends First Workplace-Based Mentoring Program and TransUnion team up to support Chicago kids through structured relationships with professionals.
The Mercy Home team organized a special birthday surprise for Father Scott Donahue, where he walked in to an office full of cards from donors.
It takes a village to care for Mercy Home’s facility dog, Pongo, and ensure he provides paw-sitive care and comfort to our boys and girls.
Mercy Home’s Hoops to Homework players participated in the championship game at the United Center, home arena of the Chicago Bulls.
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