Join us this graduation season to pray for the young people of Mercy Home for Boys & Girls as they look forward to the next steps of their academic journey.
After losing her grandmother, the only caring family member she ever knew, Brianna found hope at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
Young Hearts 4 Life, a nonprofit committed to cardiac health, visited our Hay Campus to provide free heart screenings for 60 of our young men and women.
Collin found a second chance at Mercy Home thanks to Partners in Prayer like you. But first, he had to overcome a past of hopeless poverty, violence, and despair.
Mercy Home’s tradition of teaching independence via on-the-job training continues with our young people who gain confidence while working on campus.
Read a Mother’s Day reflection by Fr. Scott Donahue in which he remembers his own mother and the importance of a mother’s love and support.
A break from school didn’t mean a break from learning for the kids at Mercy Home! Their week of Spring Break was filled with enriching activities every day.
On a recent Saturday, a group of 20 mentor pairs from our Friends First program participated in a service project to support Cradles to Crayons.
Katelyn Dollard, Mercy Home’s Director of Post-Secondary Options and Career Resources, recently spoke on a civic affairs panel at The Executives’ Club of Chicago.
Charlie Olesker, a seventh grader at Glencoe Central on the North Shore, stopped by Mercy Home’s Hay Campus recently to personally deliver ten heavy-duty hiking backpacks that our boys will use on their upcoming trip to Yellowstone National Park this summer.
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