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Your donation helps to improve educational outcomes for a diverse population of girls and women with a family history of educational or employment challenges.

Here are some ways your contribution will help:

 

$50     can provide a one month bus card for Women's program students living outside of our transportation area.

$120   can provide books for one semester for a student in our GED program.

$500   can supplement one month of food service for our women's lunch program.

$1000 can provide a 4 week summer exploration camp experience for a middle school girl.

$2500 cam provide safe bus transportation for MEP students for one month.

$5000 can provide a full range of educational services for one student for one year.

 

Mercy Education Project is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax deductible as outlined by IRS tax regulations. Donate now to support Mercy Education Project.

 

Planned Giving

Mercy Education Project helps girls and women succeed in academics after experiencing educational failure. By providing excellent tutoring and educational programs that produce measurable outcomes, MEP not only improves the lives of the students, but of the entire community.

By supporting MEP through planned giving, you assure that we will be here, helping girls and women overcome educational hurdles, well into the future. Also, many planned giving options offer immediate and/or estate tax benefits for the donor, so everyone gains. Charitable bequests and life insurance gifts are just some of the ways that you can help sustain MEP – and leave a legacy for future generations.

For information on planned giving, please contact our Director of Development & Marketing, Susan Bresler, at (313) 963-5881 or [email protected].

Sponsorships

Sponsorships are needed for our annual dinner each spring and golf outing each summer. For more information contact our Director of Development & Marketing, Susan Bresler, at (313) 963-5881 or mailto:[email protected]

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