Presidents’ Day at Mercy Home was filled with many different opportunities to learn, thanks to events organized by The Academy!
Mercy Home youth care worker, Peter, has started teaching our young people automotive skills in an after-school programs class.
The young men in our Cooke Home began the year by continuing their tradition of serving others through two volunteer events.
Christmas came early for a group of Mercy Home kids, thanks to the Chicago Bulls’ Kris Dunn, who treated them to a surprise shopping spree.
Congratulations are in order for Academy Vice President Patrick Bittorf, who was named at a Chicago Bulls game as the November Walmart Community Playmaker.
The Chicago Blackhawks and Bob’s Discount Furniture came to our Walsh Campus recently to transform a living room into an oasis for our young women.
Cheryl Murphy, Mercy Home CFO, was one of 22 winners among 700 nominated for CFO of the Year by the Chicago chapter of Financial Executives International.
Mercy Home recently hosted its 5th annual Men’s Bears Watch Party, which helps foster relationships between our young men and positive male role models.
For the sixth straight year, Mercy Home for Boys & Girls was named among the top places to work in Chicagoland by the Chicago Tribune.
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