We need your support to maintain the programs we offer for women making the transition into the community.
Mercy Manor is recognized by the IRS as a charitable non-profit, 501 ( c) (3) organization.
· Our EIN is: 31-1317248
· Our CFC # 90378
Please assist Mercy Manor Board of Trustees and Staff with achieving our mission:
· Pray daily for the Participants, Staff, Volunteers, Trustees and Supports.
· Make a donation of money, gently used clothing or household items.
· Volunteer to help by becoming a board Member or assisting at Mercy Manor as needed.
· Become a mentor to a resident who needs positive people in her life.
· Tell the Mercy Manor Story.
Invite us to speak at your meeting or event. We would love to share our story with you.
You can help Mercy Manor inspire hope through your donations. Monetary gifts and/or pledges are gladly accepted as a one-time gift or as a pledge monthly, quaterly, or yealry. Please send donations to the address below. Make check payable to Mercy Manor, Inc.
Mercy Manor, Inc.
25 Grosvenor Avenue
Dayton, Ohio 45417
Mercy Manor is Vanessa
"Mercy Manor taught me what unconditional love is and in the process how to start loving myself. It also taught me how to believe in myself. Mercy Manor saved my life and gave me a change to start all over again with a whole new perspective. I will always be grateful to Mercy Manor for giving me a chance to realize all that I have to offer. Mercy Manor also taught me to reach out to my children and love them the way I’ve never been able to before - unconditional."
Mercy Manor is Ashley
I am so grateful for Mercy Manor because if it wasn't for them, I honestly don't know where I would have been. I had nowhere else to go, and I was 8 months pregnant when I got out of treatment. Mercy Manor opened thier doors wide for me. I am truly blessed because they usually do not allow your children to live with them in the house; but they made an exception for us. Since going to treatment and Mercy Manor, my life is changed drastically. Mercy Manor is helping me become Ashley again."
Mercy Manor is Marquita
"I was not a very responsible person before I came to Mercy Manor. From the financial classes to grief management classes, I was able to get my life together. Now I pray every morning and night, keep my home clean and continue to go to meetings. Today I am able to keep a job and I can pay my bills on time. I am a much better parent, grandmother, friend and a much better person because Mercy Manor gave me a new way to live."
“Judgment is without mercy to the one who has shown no mercy. But mercy triumphs over judgement."