Parent Alliance

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The Parent Alliance has a major responsibility of raising funds and promoting community awareness for Mercy. Each family at Mercy is obligated to raise $800 through Parent Alliance-sponsored fundraisers during each school year. Parents who meet their fundraising obligation may continue to raise funds that will further their child’s educational experiences at Mercy.

Annual Events

Spring Social

Spring Social

The Spring Social is one of the Parent Alliance’s largest fundraisers of the year. This event features a buffet dinner, raffle baskets for attendees to win, dancing and more.

We will not be holding an event in 2017, but have already begun planning our Spring Social for 2018. Doors open at 5, with dinner starting at 6. Tickets are $30 or $50 per couple, and attendees must be 21 years or older.



Collecting Box Tops is a simple and easy way to raise money for our school! All you have to do is cut out Box Tops from participating products and turn them into Mercy. Or you can collect e-Box Tops through the Web sites we have included here (you will need to create an account). For BJ’s and Costco’s sites, we have provided a password that will enable you with an opportunity to win additional e-Box Tops.Thanks for your support! (password is EGMMN-WEFEM-4X43) (password is c7mx73fmkxtycp)

Purchase sweepstakes tickets and win big!

See last year’s winners »

May 21, 2017

1:00 – 4:00

First Annual LuLaRoe Bingo

Executive Committee

The Parent Alliance’s Executive Committee helps to organize the many fundraising events throughout the year as well as the Parent Alliance’s quarterly meetings. We are pleased that these parents have agreed to help move Mercy’s mission forward; we are grateful for their service.

Download our PDF for more information.

The 2016 – 2017 Executive Committee is made up of the following members:

President: Sue Parker –
Vice President: Oscar Garza –
Treasurer: Kathi Morris –
Recording Secretary: Nancy Hebert –
Corresponding Secretary: Gretchen Siemon –


The Parent Alliance holds three general meetings for Mercy families throughout the year. Each meeting provides parents with important news pertaining to the school (classroom updates, fundraising tips and events, etc.) and often features a scheduled speaker who discusses topics relevant to families having a son or daughter with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities.