will gather for a spectacular evening for of dining, dancing, and entertainment high above
the Chicago River and the Magnificent Mile when the Junior Board of Mercy Home for
Boys & Girls holds its 6th annual Have Mercy! spring gala at Trump International Hotel
and Towers Chicago, 401 N. Wabash, from 8:00 p.m. to midnight. All of the proceeds
from the event will support Mercy Home’s Legacy of Learning campaign, an initiative to
guarantee access to a great education for every child in its care.
Have Mercy! guests will enjoy:
Premium St. Claire vodka martini bar
Music by DJ Ryan Pullano
Beer provided by Chicago Beverage
The event also features an exciting silent auction filled with highly-anticipated goodies that includes:
Chicago Bulls floor seats
Chicago Blackhawks hockey stick signed by entire team
Two 3-day passes to SOLD OUT Lollapalooza
VIP Passes to Chicago Bears training camp
One-night stay at Trump & Dinner at 16
Following the event, guests will be admitted free to the official Have Mercy! after party at
Cuvée Chicago, 308 West Erie.
The Junior Board of Mercy Home gives young professionals a special opportunity to help
kids in crisis. Members promote the mission of Mercy Home through social, volunteer
and fundraising activities, including several special events throughout the year. Have
Mercy! is the group’s signature annual fundraising event. Purchase tickets here.
PdM will be present to showcase the evening's developments.
About Mercy Home for Boys & Girls
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls (www.mercyhome.org) has been a solution for kids in
crisis since 1887. Through its residential, aftercare, and mentoring programs, Mercy
Home offers a safe home, emotional healing, education, and life-changing opportunities
for more than 600 young people every year. It gives children who have suffered abuse,
neglect, poverty and even abandonment the therapeutic, academic and vocational
support they need to heal from the traumas of their pasts and build success for their
futures. Mercy Home is 99.7% privately funded and operates at two locations in Chicago
– a home for boys in the West Loop neighborhood, and a home for girls in Beverly.