Thank You to Our Partners
900 AM WURD and host Thera Martin-Milling frequently invite Mercy to discuss community issues on the radio.
Through The Burton & Mindy Treceno Cohen Foundation, Acme Box President, Bob Cohen, and his wife, Mindy, are generous supporters of our ministry.
The Brian Beard Allstate agency of East Falls has sponsored Community Day at Mercy and continues to be an advocate for our cause.
The “Leah Chaplin & Eileen Gildea Music & Memories Program” is dedicated to restoring the memories of our Adult Day neighbors. 97% of our Adult Day neighbors suffer from Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other cognitive impairments.
Providing fresh fruit and philanthropic support to MNMOP
AmeriHealth has been a supporter of Mercy since our inception.
Participates in employee matching giving grants.
Beneficial has been with us since the beginning. Until 2014, they held our mortgage and now through the Beneficial Bank Foundation, they support our Adult Day program and will provide financial literacy courses to our students.
Lauren Rossi designs and prints our beautiful new Jubilee cards.
Designers of the Mercy Family Center
Bright & Christella Erichson Trust
Supports general operating expenses for our Adult Day Program.
CHS supports physical improvements to our building including sound baffles, adult education mobile classrooms, and a new computer server.
Chadwick handles our HVAC needs and remains a supporter of Mercy.
Citizens Bank Foundation is supporter of Mercy.
The Connelly Foundation has been essential to our growth as an organization since the construction of the Mercy Family Center. They continue to make a difference in the lives of our families.
Comcast is an EITC supporter of our technology programs.
Compass PA is a nonprofit consulting group that has helped to shape the Board of Directors at Mercy.
Copernicus Society of America
Funds child care and after school programming.
Councilwoman Bass represents the 8th District in which we are located. She often hosts community meetings at Mercy.
As a Councilman-At-Large, Councilman Greenlee has always been supportive of Mercy and has most recently partnered with us to promote career training and the reduction of recidivism.
Decon Labs is a consistent event sponsor.
Drexel nursing students conduct field training in our Adult Day program.
Provides funding for our Adult Day program.
A long-time supporter of our mission.
EnForm designs and prints all Mercy marketing materials
The Free Library of Philadelphia operates a KeySpot in the Mercy Family Center, providing Internet access to the community.
Gwynedd-Mercy Academy opens its doors each summer for our students to visit and swim during summer camp.
Student volunteers from Gwynedd are
Through campus ministry, GMU students are a constant presence as volunteers in our programs. GMU donates goods to make Thanksgiving enjoyable for our families each year.
The Hamilton Family Foundation is a consistent supporter of our early education, after school, and literacy programs at Mercy.
Nursing students from Holy Family University assist with our Adult Day clients on a daily basis.
Sharing in the mission of educating the North Philadelphia community.
IBM provides Mercy with pro bono consultation in the areas of technology strategies and development planning.
IBC and the IBC Foundation have been supporters of Mercy and the Adult Day program in order to make our community healthier.
Students at Jeff conduct their physical therapy and nursing training in our Adult Day program.
Paul E. Kelly Family Foundation
Providing general operating funds for Mercy.
Mercy is one of only three STARS Level 3 programs in the 19140 zip code. We have been predesignated as a STARS Level 4 program, which is the highest level of childcare in the State of Pennsylvania.
Lamb Financial Group is a consistent event sponsor for Mercy.
Students from LSCHS volunteer consistently at Mercy. Their outreach and philanthropy program have been supportive of our mission.
La Salle Communication students organized our “New Day Job Fair” and completed their senior thesis in doing so. La Salle students consistently volunteer at Mercy.
Maker of the Mercy Neighborhood Ministries of Philadelphia t-shirt.
Funds STEM after school programming.
Provides funding annually for Summer Camp.
MadCris is the official photographer for Mercy events. CEO Wanda Thomas is a Mercy parent!
Mercy career and Technical High School is not only a partner in education, they also provide us with a second site for our summer camp and the skilled labor of their students for projects in the Mercy Family Center
Executive Director Stephen J. Stritch III sits on our board and provides a perspective of how to best serve our clients and expand in an urban environment.
In July 2016, we partnered with Mercy LIFE to provide an Alternative Care Setting within the Mercy Family Center to help our clients live happier, healthier, and more independent lives.
Beginning in July, 2015, Meridian Bank is now “our” bank. Meridian has also been a generous EITC donor to Mercy.
Merion supports our mission through their philanthropic efforts and volunteerism of their students.
Morris Charitable Trust
Providing general operating funding.
NRF is the lead sponsor of the STEM program initiated in 2015 and entering its second year.
Nave Newell is a supporter of our mission and founder Greg Newell is the sponsor of our garden.
NewCourtland is a partner in outreach to the senior community.
NRG employees participate in a matching gift program for Mercy.
Patriarch is a supporter of our STEM after school programming.
The Patricia Kind Foundation provides general operating funds for Mercy.
Penns Landing Caterers graciously hosted the 2016 Mercy Neighbor Awards in their elegant venue.
PeopleShare has worked with Mercy to provide mock interview and resume building sessions for Mercy Adult Education participants.
Through in-kind donations and sponsorship of events, PerformRX and its employees serve hundreds of our neighbors annually.
PCA processes the necessary paperwork for our clients to enroll in Adult Daycare.
The Philadelphia Fire Department works with us to teach our neighbors about fire safety.
Our friends in the 39th District work with our children weekly to provide lessons to prevent bullying and violence.
PhillyBOOST oversees the network of Out-of-School Time programs in Philadelphia. MNMOP is considered one of the Top 50 in Pennsylvania.
Keeping the closets and basement of MNMOP organized.
Praxis fills the role of our IT department.
Maintains the security systems at the Mercy Family Center.
Sister Ann Provost and Ms. Barbara Coleman are Ambassadors for the Pennsylvania Statewide AfterSchool Youth Development Network.
PHMC has played in an integral role in the recent expansion of the Mercy Family Center and our work as a Head Start program.
Provides operating support for our Adult Day Program.
Regina Nursing Center is a consistent event sponsor.
Replica Creative prints the ad books used for the Mercy Neighbor Award.
The Reinvestment Fund supported and supervised the construction of our newest classroom for Head Start.
River Bend teaches our students lessons in environmental science as part of our STEM program
A consistent supporter of food drives, clothing drives, and our overall mission.
A partner in educating the North Philadelphia community.
Matching gift program for employees.
The Sisters of Mercy Mid-Atlantic community provide volunteers, support, and outreach to ensure the fulfillment of our mission. They are supportive of our Adult Education annually through their ministry grant.
Brown’s Family ShopRite is an anchor business in our neighborhood and is always present at Mercy events with food donations and employment opportunities for our neighbors.
SPARKmakers – Providing STEM lessons in engineering and science.
State Rep. Youngblood is represents the 198th Legislative District where we are located. We work with the representative to host community meetings and school supply giveaways.
The Sullivan Company was the construction company responsible for building the Mercy Family Center and have supported our mission since.
We work with Temple University and Temple University Hospital to offer a place for nursing students to complete their field work. We also welcome student volunteers regularly in all aspects of our work.
T-Pep has offered coding courses and resume development to our community.
Tioga United is our neighborhood community development corporation. We work with Tioga United to keep our community informed and energized about the positive developments taking place.
U-Belong is dedicated to reducing recidivism by helping adjudicated individuals find gainful employment.
Mercy is a UAC partner and participates in the Work Ready program which allows high school students to work at the Mercy Family Center each summer.
UBA provides funding for our Adult Education Program.
You can designate your United Way gift to Mercy Neighborhood Ministries. Our code is 15153
Waldron students volunteer at Mercy consistently as part of their after school outreach program. WMA has been involved with MNMOP since our inception. Students from Waldron also participate in a toy drive at Christmas and bring gifts to our students.
Penn Charter students spearheaded the effort that led to the implementation of our STEM program. They have been supportive of our organization through their philanthropy classes and volunteer efforts.
The William Penn Foundation funded the Mercy Family Center expansion responsible for our Head Start growth.
Zimmerman Studios designed the Head Start classroom expansion for Mercy and continues to work with Mercy for future projects.