Dottie Watson and Tricia Bisson, a mentor and mentee, spending time together in Burlington, VT.
Last Saturday, Mercy Connections supported 11 Mercy Marketplace makers at the ONE World Market as part of the Old North End RAMBLE Festival.
We are so grateful to all who joined and made the “Power of Connection” event so impactful!
The work of Mercy Connections has never been more urgent. We need your help to continue to thrive and grow in the post-COVID economy. Your donation is an investment in critical programs and services to help keep our shared community resilient and connected.
Mercy Connections announces three new board members: Fran Briand, Nicole LaBrecque and Laura Lipton.
Burlington Nonprofit Offers Food, Supplies and Company at Pop-Up Shop
Mercy Connections humbly works for social and economic justice for vulnerable and marginalized people in our community. We live the legacy of the Sisters of Mercy with a mission guided by a steadfast belief that every person, regardless of life circumstances, deserves dignity, compassion and the opportunity to pursue personal aspirations in a supportive community.
Due to the current reality, I am writing to share the news that we are forced to suspend the Annual May Luncheon scheduled for May 5, 2020.
Mercy Connections announces Leslie McCrorey Wells, co-owner of Pizzeria Verità, Trattoria Delia and Sotto Enoteca, as the 2020 recipient of the Catherine McAuley Award.
We are grateful to Ashley for sharing her incredible story in the Seven Days “Hooked” series.