Campaign for The Mercy Community
As the needs of the Greater Hartford community evolve and diversify, so too does our response. Since our humble beginnings, we have added to, changed, and improved our campus facilities to accommodate new residents and programs and to create an environment that best serves the needs of older adults and the underserved poor.
Over the years, our capital campaigns have drawn the support of benefactors, families, and friends of the Sisters of Mercy who share our vision to enhance the quality of lives for an aging population. Most recently, through the generosity of individual donors, corporations, and foundations, we remodeled the Archbishop John F. Whealon Chapel of Our Lady on the third floor of Saint Mary Home, installed Automatic Defibrillator Units at The McAuley and Saint Mary Home, and opened a Library for the residents of Saint Mary Home.
- Renovate the Frances Warde Towers Apartments at Saint Mary Home
- Build a Palliative Care Unit at Saint Mary Home
- Outfit Saint Mary Home’s Palliative Care Garden
- Enhance our art therapy offerings to both Alzheimer’s/dementia residents and rehabilitative clients
To learn more about how you can participate in the Gateway Project Campaign through specific naming opportunities, please contact Maureen M. Reardon, RSM, Ph.D senior vice president and chief mission/compliance officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860.570.8339.
Recent donors to the Mercy Community include:
- The Catholic Health East Heritage Fund
- Berkshire Bank Foundation
- The Maximilian E. and Marion O. Hoffman Foundation
- Farmington Bank Community
- Allegany Community Outreach (ACOR)
- Venzke Insurance Company
- Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities
- Northeast Ministry Fund
- TD Charitable Foundation
- William and Alice Mortensen Foundation
- State of Connecticut Non-Profit Grant Program
- Trinity Health Inc. Call-to-Care Grant Program
We thank these generous benefactors and all Friends of The Mercy Community for their past and future support.