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Mercy in Action

students and alumnae giving back to their community

 

Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School seeks to connect our community and continue to be a source of hope and optimism. We wish to promote small businesses within our community, share stories of inspiration and mercy, and encourage support.

Do you have a small business that you would like to share within the Gwynedd community? Are you living and inspiring Mercy? 

Submit your Mercy story here.

Submit your small business information here.

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GWYNEDD SUPPORTS SMALL BUSINESSES

- CE3 Solutions, LLC – DeCandido family -  Marisa ‘09 and Erica ‘16  
- College Pursuit – Frank and Tina Sauter Gregor ‘87 family - Emily ‘17 and Molly ‘22
- Dillon McVeigh Realtors – Carmelita ‘60, Parent/Grandparent of Kimberly ‘83, P’23 & Andrea ‘85 ‘P’16, ‘18, ‘21
- Global Packaging - Debbie Maguire Hobbs ‘70* and Eileen Maguire Maginnis ‘75
- Harry's Blue Bell Tap Room
- Joseph A. Fluehr III Funeral Homes – Fluehr family - Maggie ‘20
- Law Offices of Melva Exner ‘77 - Parent of Caitlyn Moynahan ‘11
- Main Line Sound & Video - Kristina Wolanski Colabelli '91, Ava '22
- Marlane Graphics, Inc. - Spinelli family - Andrea ‘10 and Brenda ‘12
- PPT Consulting, Inc. - Kathy Kirk Bellwoar ‘81
- RMJ Financial – McGoldrick family – Meaghan ‘20
- SIMPL Inc. – O'Malley family – Lindsey ‘16 and Caitlyn ‘20
- Skyzone – Ferns family -  Erin ‘16 and Brynn ‘23
- The Sharp Financial Group – Verrill family - Ellie ‘23
- Treasure Signs – Alumna Spouse - Cristy Braun Convey ‘90
- Turnberry Solutions, Inc. - Rose family - Jessica ‘06 and Kellie ‘11
- United Inspection Agency – Colletti and Halferty families – Kim ‘88, Dana ‘92, Sharon ‘92, Lauren ‘20
- Waterworks Car Wash - Plymouth Meeting – Gola family - Anna ‘18 and Grace ‘21
- William R. May Funeral Home – May family - Aileen ‘01, Elizabeth ‘04 and Christine ‘06

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SUPPORT MERCY

In this time of uncertainty, there is a basic truth that gives use hope—together, in Mercy, we can do extraordinary things.

Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School extends its gratitude to all serving on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. We also encourage support of our local charitable partners—with whom our school community currently serves—to help continue their vital services for those in greatest need:

  • Face to Face: Distributing to-go hot meals, fresh produce and nutritious food to people in need in the Germantown section of Philadelphia
  • Manna on Main: Offering healthy to-go meals and groceries for people in need in the North Penn region
  • Mercy Hospice: Providing housing and social services to women in recovery from substance abuse, in particular mothers with young children
  • Mercy Neighborhood Ministries: Purchasing food/meal resources for the families of children and senior citizens who would normally receive breakfast and lunch at the Mercy Family Center in North Philadelphia
  • St. John's Hospice: Giving crucial, life-sustaining services to homeless men in Philadelphia
  • Women of Hope (Mail to: Women of Hope- Vine,251 N. Lawrence St. Philadelphia, PA 19106) : Housing and caring for homeless women with mental illness in Philadelphia

Some families within our own school community also are struggling and facing an uncertain future. Should you feel inspired to help and are able to make a financial contribution, we invite you to give to the Mercy Fund. Your gift of any size will help Gwynedd provide tuition assistance to current and incoming students whose families are facing significant financial hardships due to the impact of COVID-19.