Irish Music Fundraiser - September 23rd 3-7pm

An Afternoon of Irish Music!

 Do you enjoy Irish music? Would you like to have fun while supporting educational programs for women and girls? 

 Come to a benefit for Mercy Education Project where traditional Irish music will be performed by House Party, Inis Ceol, and JamRocks! 

 

     When?     Sunday, September 23, 2012 – 3:00-7:00 p.m.

     Where?   The Gaelic League - 2068 Michigan Ave. Detroit 48216

                    (¼ mile west of the old Tiger Stadium site)

     What?     Irish Music! Come enjoy great entertainment, food, and raffles

     Minimum donation requested: $15 per person – pay at the door

 
Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1992, Mercy Education Project in southwest Detroit offers academic services, life skills development, cultural enrichment and career awareness to help women and girls achieve educational success and eventual self-sufficiency. www.mercyed.net

 For more information about the event, call Rosa Tinetti, 248-879-5136

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Here are some recent comments from community members, volunteers, students and others who are commenting on Mercy Education Project.

 

"Education is an opportunity and can be transformational for our most vulnerable communities; especially those, like us, working tirelessly in search of the American Dream. Programs like Mercy Education Project have successfully removed those barriers for many and have educated our women and girls and is transforming their lives."

JoAnn Chávez, Vice President Legal & Chief Tax Officer
DTE Energy, August 2017

 

"….Literacy is a fundamental right and an essential building block for a productive life. Increasing adult literacy also ensures more parents can be engaged in their children’s education, ,making this a cause  critical to helping families break the cycle of poverty. Thank you to Mercy Education Project for their tireless efforts to ensure everyone has an opportunity to learn to read. Together, I know we are making a difference.”

Warren C. Evans, Wayne County Executive
Wayne County, December 2016