Mercy Home March for Kids helps break cycles of abuse and neglect.
Read past press releases by Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
Friends First mentors change young lives. Anyone interested in learning more about the program and meeting the Friends First staff can attend one of two information sessions held each month.
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls received a grant from Serve Illinois in support of 12 AmeriCorps members serving in its MercyWorks program.
Volunteers will be out in force for St. Patrick’s Day events throughout the month of March, collecting donations for Mercy Home’s March for Kids.
On Oct. 14, amateur boxers from leading companies will step into the ring at the Ringside Gala to face off for a great cause – children at Mercy Home.
Mercy Home is urging support of legislation that would help front-line professionals recognize and respond to psychological trauma through trauma-informed care.
The Chicago Archdiocese announces a bold initiative of its parishes and ministries to build a culture of nonviolence in Chicago.
Mercy Home’s Clinical Director and VP of Advancement sat down with ABC7 Newsviews’ Judy Hsu to discuss March for Kids and our work with kids in crisis.
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.
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