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.
Our Mercy Home Heroes team coordinator, Jim Harding is fond of reciting the team motto—“no distance is too far to save a child.” On Tuesday afternoon, and well into the evening, Harding put his miles where his mouth is, trotting 50 kilometers, (31 miles), to raise funds for our young people.
Watch a special WGN-TV program about the people and organizations like Mercy Home working to address the public health crisis of violence in our streets.
Fr. Scott Donahue reflects with gratitude and appreciation on the 35th anniversary of his ordination as a Catholic priest.
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls has received designation as a GuideStar Platinum-level participant committed to transparency in nonprofit practices.
On Good Friday, Mercy Home coworkers joined Cardinal Blase Cupich, civic, educational, and religious leaders from across greater Chicago to march for peace.
The Chicago Archdiocese announces a bold initiative of its parishes and ministries to build a culture of nonviolence in Chicago.
This October, you can be a hero to children in need by running the Bank of America Chicago Marathon for Mercy Home with “The Mayor of Running,” Bart Yasso.
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.
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