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About Peter Kelly
Peter Kelly is a seasonal Digital Content Writer for Mercy Home for Boys and Girls. He previously worked as a Social Impact Writer for a company helping homeowners in foreclosure and appreciates the importance of a stable home. Away from work, Peter will be found playing basketball, watching basketball or talking about basketball.
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Deandre’s time at Mercy Home helped him improve both his grades and his relationship with his father.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, we’re honoring two donors who have been great examples for our girls: Debbie Frogameni and Suzanne Zaccone
Mercy Home’s Medical, Dental, Psychological and Wellness program receives support from the Chicago Chapter of the Links, Inc., an international nonprofit committed to enriching, sustaining, and ensuring the cultural and economic survival of African Americans.
Mercy Home’s popular Hoops to Homework program tipped off its 28th season, an annual winter tradition that teaches our kids important life lessons through the fundamentals of basketball.
Learn more about the Advent season and what we do at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls to prepare for the celebration of the Lord’s birth on Christmas.
Access to computers and the internet is an important part of being a student in today’s world. For people who don’t have these tools at home, there are several options in the Chicago area.
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!
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