From the Mercy Advancement Office
GIVING PRESS PROOF 2020-21
Dear Friends of Mercy,
THANK YOU for making a difference for Mercy students! All donations to Mercy truly matter. Whether the gift supports an immediate need or benefits the long term sustainability of our school, your investment strengthens the educational experience for our young Mercy women.
We are proud to share these fundraising highlights from 2020-2021:
- 7 classrooms to receive air conditioning, new ceilings and lights due to the generosity of Alumnae from 1970s Decade Class Challenge and donors to the Principal's Pick at the 2021 Mercy Auction.
- The creation of Mercy’s first Giving Circle which supports important Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts.
- A sold out fall Golf Outing at Meadowbrook Country Club. Save the Date for September 20, 2021!
- Installation of a Golf Simulator in the newly renovated M Zone Athletic Facility.
- Over $160,000 raised through the Maroon & Gold Raffle, a Mercy Family Fundraiser.
- Continued support for our virtual spring fundraiser the Tea for Tuition, hosted by the Alumnae Association.
- An increase in monthly recurring donations to the Annual Fund.
- New scholarship funds and tuition assistance contributions to benefit deserving students with a financial need.
- Classroom naming opportunities and Adopt a Seat to honor staff, alumnae and loved ones.
- New members added to the William and Catherine Callaghan Legacy Society for planned gifts.
We invite you to review the Press Proof that represents donors who have given between July 1, 2020 through May 1, 2021. These lists will be printed in fall MOSAIC Magazine’s 2020-2021 Annual Report. To make a correction, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 248-893-3538.
It is not too late for your name to appear in our Annual Report! You can help future generations of compassionate women leaders by giving to Mercy today. Please make your gift by June 30 to be recognized in the fall Annual Report. Visit mhsmi.org/donate, call 248-893-3538, or mail your check to the Mercy High School Advancement Office.
Cheryl Delaney Kreger, EdD '66