Mercy Fund 2020: A Future Full of Hope

Like the rest of the world, Our Lady of Mercy School for Young Women was faced with unprecedented challenges in 2020. The global pandemic, racial unrest, and violence across our beloved country shattered our peace and tranquility and thrust us into uncharted waters.

But it was in these very moments where God’s abundant grace shone down like a beacon and instilled an unwavering sense of hope that permeated throughout the Circle of Mercy. Hope that we could reopen our doors and continue to teach our students. Hope that we could keep students and faculty safe. Hope that we could overcome any challenge that presented itself. Hope that we could learn from our past and better our future.

Mercy’s solid foundation of hope is not only built on God’s grace but on the shoulders of those who came before, those who have committed themselves to our success, and those who selflessly and generously support the needs of our school and our Mercy Girls.

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Take a moment to watch this video, hosted by Mercy President Pamela Fennell Baker, J.D. ’74 P’12, that introduces the 2020-2021 Mercy Fund campaign!


By making a gift to the 2020-2021 Mercy Fund, you can:

  • STRENGTHEN the leadership qualities and abilities of each and every Mercy Girl.
  • OPEN doors for young women of all backgrounds through life-changing, need-based scholarships.
  • HELP us expand our academic and athletic programs at the world-class level.
  • GROW our STEM offerings and create new educational spaces such as the LeChase Academic Learning Lab.
  • CULTIVATE extracurricular experiences such as the Speech and Debate Team, Robotics, Performing Arts programs, and more.

With a world-class education, life-long inspiration, leadership skills, and a commitment to serve others, Mercy Girls can change the world. But first, we need you to help us change theirs. Thank you for your generosity!

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To truly understand how life changing Mercy is, schedule a visit. Tour the campus, meet us in person, and talk to our students and staff. From information sessions and tours, there are many ways to learn about the Circle of Mercy.

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