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MercyFirst is excited to announce a brand new location for the 2018 Angel of Hope Event.....New York City’s iconic, Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Plaza. Opening in 1934, the Rainbow Room has spectacular views of NYC’s skyline; its been the location of countless charity events for the Whitneys, Astors and Rockefellers; showcased numerous famous performers and now MercyFirst is proud to become part of the Rainbow Room history. This year we will be honoring our longtime friend and Chair of MercyFirst’s Board of Trustees, Scott Gildea. Join us on October 25, 2018, Stay tuned for event details.

Message from the CEO: The Big and the Everyday

Save the Date

Usually when I write for this newsletter, I focus on some major development at MercyFirst. As I Monday, May 21, 2018 read the stories in this edition it struck me that this approach overlooks the accomplishments Spring Golf Outing and miracles that occur every day. Sometimes I learn of them through staff and other times Tam O’Shanter Club I learn of them by chance. Here are a few: • Advocacy in Albany: Recently, two foster youth went to Albany to meet with legislators Thursday, June 21, 2018 to discuss the importance of funding that lets them go to college and work towards The Daniel & Virginia McCarthy their future. A few weeks later, 4 staff went to Albany to stress the importance of Scholarship Dinner having adequate funding to keep and retain staff to do this very challenging work. Brooklyn Botanic Garden For legislators to hear this directly from those effected by their decisions is vital. Thursday, October 25, 2018 • Early Graduation: A young man on our campus came to us being significantly behind Angel of Hope Reception in school. With the support of our teachers and extra tutoring, he earned his High Rainbow Room, NYC School diploma a semester early! The smile on his face and his parents was priceless! • Teen Mom Attends SUNY: A graduate from our Mother-Baby Residence was featured in a Daily News article. While with us, she graduated from high school and was accepted into SUNY at Stony Brook which she now attends with her son! • Keeping Families Together: When families are under stress making sure their children attend school can sometimes get lost. Our Preventive program worked with a family with several young children who were chronically late and who missed a significant number of school days. In addition to other assistance, our Case Planner worked with the family to set up a routine so children do their homework, get the sleep they need and are prepared to attend school the next day. There has been significant improvement and the school now reports no issues of lateness or absenteeism. • Building on Success: When one of our residents was getting ready to be discharged to a foster home, she was connected to our new Care Management program. Having lost many family members in her life, her transition to the foster home was extremely difficult. She started to get back into drugs and having altercations with peers. While this is not uncommon, her connection with her Care Manager remained consistent and over time with her support she got focused on her education and what she learned on campus. She has settled down and is back working to get her HS Diploma. Finally, about two weeks ago, as I was walking through the Reception Room at our offices in Brooklyn, I saw a couple totally engaged with a baby. As I introduced myself they said they were new foster parents and while they did not expect to have a new born placed in their care, it happened. The baby’s mother had given up custody and they were now going forward with the adoption of the only parents the baby had known. Just another every day miracle at MercyFirst. - Jerry McCaffery, President/CEO

MercyFirst Art Exhibit at the Long Island Children’s Museum Selected images from MercyFirst’s Hope Holds No Borders: Children’s Art of Compassion and Inclusion, are once again on exhibit. The artwork is displayed at the Long Island Children’s Museum, in Garden City. from February 3 through May 6. Originally exhibited at the United Nations Headquarters in June 2017, the project includes drawings and paintings that were exchanged between Syrian refugee children at Project Lift in Istanbul and youth from MercyFirst to offer each other support, understanding and hope. The artwork reflects the experiences, hopes, fears, and dreams of all children and shows us how much we are alike, no matter where we are from.

For information about the museum and hours of operation visit: www.licm.org


Durr Center Holiday Party

Youth Create Tree Sculpture on Syosset Campus

Durr Center, home to MercyFirst’s Preventive Services program, held their Annual Holiday Party with the generous support of “The Flatlands Lions Club”, spearheaded by Mrs. Gladys Pemberton.

If you’re take a stroll around the grounds of the Syosset campus, you will come across a tree installation designed and built by a group of artists in an art therapy group. Five residents along with an art therapy intern met weekly to design a tree swing sculpture that they titled, “The Chill Spot.” These young artists of MercyFirst wanted to create a structure that represented themes of peace, family, strength, and support. The art therapy group was designed as a community project combining eco-art therapy, physicality, and bringing creativity outside. Throughout the process, the youth explored creative problem solving and working together to build positive team unity. They even took a trip to Socrates Sculpture Garden in Queens, NY to get inspired by other large-scale outdoor sculptures. During the trip, one resident stated when seeing the other sculptures, “This makes me feel like everyone can be creative in their own way.” At the sculpture garden, the youth enjoyed the interactive sculptures the most, which inspired their own design. The group met over six weeks, and used wood, paint, and rope to create their structure. The residents shared that they enjoyed the splatter painting portion the best, and are proud of seeing their design come to life!

For many years, The Lions Club and Mrs. Pemberton have supported the holiday party with gifts, food, raffles and even a visit from Santa! The children and families enjoy games, crafts and the holiday spirit!

Santa gives out gifts to all the boys and girls.

Annual Polar Bear Plunge! On New Year’s Day, MercyFirst Board Chair, Scott Gildea again took the plunge in Coney Island. This year he raised over $25,000 for MercyFirst! Despite the 17 degree air temperature, Scott joined the hundred of other Polar Bears and jumped into the icy waters. On January 21, a second group took the plunge, raising nearly $1500. MercyFirst staff member Kerri Sneden, her sister Taylor Garner and ‘Friends of MercyFirst’ Committee member, Kelly Sternkopf, all jumped in for MercyFirst!

Thank you to Scott, Kerri, Taylor and Kelly for taking the plunge for MercyFirst!

Volunteer Spotlight

Catherine’s Corner

Inspired by the Gospel and by the example of our founder Catherine McAuley, the Sisters of Mercy envision a just world for people who are poor, sick and uneducated and are committed to serving, advocating for and praying with those in need around the world. The Sisters work passionately together with our Associates, Companions and Partners in Ministry to reduce poverty, violence and racism as well as the widespread denial of human rights, the degradation of Earth, the continued oppression of women, the abuse of children, the mistreatment of immigrants and the lack of solidarity among people and nations.

Suzin Varro, who calls herself the Rainbow Warrior, volunteered her time by holding mindful meditation and yoga workshops for the boys and girls at our Syosset Campus. The workshops help in managing stress and empowering individuals. Suzin does outreach work for the LGBT community and volunteers her time giving motivational talks and presentations to students at high schools across Long Island.

MercyFirst Board Member News: MercyFirst Board of Trustees member, Leonard Stekol, was recently appointed to serve as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Chief Executive Officer of Ridgewood Savings Bank. Mr. Stekol has over 25 years of banking experience at Ridgewood. Most recently, he served as a member of the Bank’s Board of Trustees, and as the Bank’s President and Chief Operating Officer. Leonard joined the MercyFirst Board of Trustees in 2011. He has been an active member of the Fundraising and Finance Committees of the Board. In addition, Len and Ridgewood Savings Bank are active supporters of MercyFirst’s Annual Golf Outing and Angel of Hope Reception. “Len is a terrific asset for MercyFirst – from having his business expertise on our Finance Committee to his involvement with our fund raising efforts. Len strengthened our relationship with Ridgewood Savings Bank that now goes back over 40 years,” Jerry McCaffery.

We examine the root causes of these issues and promote systemic change in the communities in which we minister in the U.S., Latin America, the Caribbean, the Philippines and Guam. We connect our efforts on a global scale with Sisters of Mercy congregations throughout the world through Mercy International Association and Mercy Global Action at the United Nations. The Sisters of Mercy were founded out of a deep concern for persons who are poor. Today, that commitment is focused in five “critical concerns” that we address through attention to personal and institutional choices, advocacy with legislators and other government leaders, and corporate engagement. Our Critical Concerns are: NON-VIOLENCE, IMMIGRATION, EARTH, IMMIGRATION, WOMEN In this Mission Corner let us reflect on the critical concern - Earth. Sisters of Mercy strive to act in harmony and interdependence with all of creation. “Nature cannot be regarded as something separate from ourselves or as a mere setting in which we live. We are part of nature, included in it and thus in constant interaction with it.” - Pope Francis, Laudato Si, #139 * Mercy is growing in awareness of how our choices impact Earth and persons who are poor. The Sisters of Mercy together with our associates, co-workers, students, volunteers and friends are called upon to change personal habits and behaviors, adopt new policies and guidelines for institutions, and advocate with corporations and government leaders to reverence Earth and sustain life. I ask you to ponder the question “How can we at MercyFirst make changes that will help us to make the right choices to reverence Mother Earth?

Sister Maureen King, RSM VP of Mission Integration


Special Thanks To Our Holiday Donors Progressive Insurance hosted a holiday toy drive for our teens. (right)

Seaford High School delivered tons of holiday toys. (above)

James Biello Associates filled gift boxes for 40 youth at MercyFirst. (right) Members of Local 342 hosted the annual holiday party at our new Brooklyn Offices in Sunset Park. (above)

INDIVIDUALS Mr. and Mrs. Jim Abbott Ms. Gina Abdulahad Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Abell Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnett Mr. Lazar Bindeman Mr. and Mrs. James R. Bisciello Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Bovasso Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Brady Ms. Elaine Braithwaite Ms. Donna Bruno Mr. and Mrs. George R. Cafiso Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T. Calvino Dr. Jane Canner Mrs. Mary V. Canty Ms. Elizabeth Capelonga John and Terry Caporale Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Caragiulo Mrs. Lena Catalano Mr. John R. Connors Mrs. Barbara Conolly Ms. Sheila Contino Ms. Joanne Corsaro Mrs. Ann Marie Costiglio Ms. Linda Coussa Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Creamer Sister Catherine Crumlish, RSM

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cutrone Mr. Philip Danze Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dauria Mrs. Patricia Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dempsey Mrs. Patricia Dempsey Ms. Maureen Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey Ms. Anne M. DiGiacomo Dr. Richard P. Dina Mrs. Joan Docherty Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Donohue Ms. Bonnie Dougherty Sister Linda Esposito, RSM Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Falcone Mr. Peter Falcone Mr. and Mrs. Mike P. Fay Mrs. Josephine Feeney Ms. Julia A. Ferraro Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ferro Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. John F. Fletcher Ms. Joan Franciotti Mr. Nicholas Franki Mr. Scott Frayler Mr. George J. Freitag Ms. Marie A. Fusco Mr. and Mrs. Chris J. Gallagher Mrs. Patricia Gallagher

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Giannicchi Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Giliberti Mrs. Ann M. Glynn Mrs. Margaret M. Gormley Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Grabowski Mr. John Grady Mr. and Mrs. Frank Granito Ms. Judy Grima Mrs. Ruth Grodzki Mr. and Mrs. Steven Gutman Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Halpin Ms. Mary Hardiman Rev. Msgr. Robert M. Harris Mrs. Patricia Hoerlein Mrs. Pai hwa Hong Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Ingenito Ms. Josephine Johns Mr. Gerard P. Kaessinger Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Kane Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kane Mr. Martin L. Keefe Sister Maureen King, RSM Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Koehler Mrs. Catherine M. Kulesh Mrs. Martha E. Lamb Mrs. Claire Langone Mrs. Eleanor Laukaitis Mr. Joseph Lauricella Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lobasso

Mr. and Mrs. Nancy Lurie Mr. and Mrs. John Macchia Mr. Peter J. Marchitello Mrs. Jacqueline Martin Mr. and Mrs. Edward McGoey Mrs. Maryellen McNamara Ms. Marion D. Mendak Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Merrigan Mr. Phill Mittleman Mr. Kenneil Monteith Mr. and Mrs. John Mooney Ms. Socorro Morales Sister Maureen Morgan, RSM Mr. Philip Nash Mr. Kevin O’Mealy Mr. and Mrs. Edward O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pergolis Ms. Mary Phillips Sister Frances J. Picone, RSM Mrs. Lillian Puleo Mr. and Mrs. Frances Raia Ms. Mary Raya Ms. Melissa Reiersen Mr. William A. Rich Ms. Noreen Rochford Mr. and Mrs. Jess Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. Lila Russo Mr. Timothy Ryan Mrs. Virginia Salvione


Special Thanks To Our Holiday Donors

GEICO and Law Offices of Printz & Goldstein collected gifts for over 150 kids through their Annual Holiday Toy Drive. (right) Our Friends at Kimco sponsored 40 teens this holiday season. (above)

Students from The Wheatley School delivered a car full of toys and games for our youth. (below)

Andrea Clifford and Robin Miller hosted the annual “The Circle� party with over 50 local families who sponsored a group of residents. (above)

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schaefer Mr. Jordan Schalk Ms. Josephine Sfiage Ms. Eileen J. Shaughnessy Mr. John Spagnoli Ms. Sara R. Spector Ms. Jane Steinberg Ms. Sara Steinweiss Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stone Mr. and Mrs. John Taliercio Mr. and Mrs. Michael Theogene Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Treanor Mr. Vincent Tullo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Valentino Mr. Jeffrey R. Visconti Mr. and Mrs. John Wachter Ms. Patricia M. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Adam Weisman Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Widlitz Mr. and Mrs. Werner Wiegand Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wren

John and Terry Caporale donated 85 boxes filled with toiletries and other goodies for teens at our Syosset Campus. (above)

Mittleman Brothers LLC St. Bernard Church Molloy College The Fifth Avenue Presbyterian NPD Group Church Progressive Insurance The Oddfellows Adapt Community Network PS 195 The Manhattan Beach School Upkaar Sabka Hindu Temple Apostles of the Sacred Heart Victoria Loconsolo Foundation Inc. Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Public School 104 Public School 204 Voxx International Corporation BP Air Conditioning Catholic Teachers Association of The Russo & Tambasco Spirit of Life Foundation Diocese of Brooklyn,Inc Springfield Garden Church of Catholic Youth Organization Nazarene Columbiettes of Samuel Cardinal Stritch Dale Electric Divorced or Separated Catholics of To find out how you can donate to MercyFirst Long Island, Inc. contact, Flatlands Lions Club Friends of the Long Island Railroad GEICO Insurance Kerri Sneden at IS 187 516.921.0808 x 1114 James G. Bilello & Associates Kimco Realty or email Law Office of Printz & Goldstein ksneden@mercyfirst.org Local 342 Merrill Lynch Private Client Group

ORGANIZATIONS


Durr Center Holiday Party

Youth Create Tree Sculpture on Syosset Campus

Durr Center, home to MercyFirst’s Preventive Services program, held their Annual Holiday Party with the generous support of “The Flatlands Lions Club”, spearheaded by Mrs. Gladys Pemberton.

If you’re take a stroll around the grounds of the Syosset campus, you will come across a tree installation designed and built by a group of artists in an art therapy group. Five residents along with an art therapy intern met weekly to design a tree swing sculpture that they titled, “The Chill Spot.” These young artists of MercyFirst wanted to create a structure that represented themes of peace, family, strength, and support. The art therapy group was designed as a community project combining eco-art therapy, physicality, and bringing creativity outside. Throughout the process, the youth explored creative problem solving and working together to build positive team unity. They even took a trip to Socrates Sculpture Garden in Queens, NY to get inspired by other large-scale outdoor sculptures. During the trip, one resident stated when seeing the other sculptures, “This makes me feel like everyone can be creative in their own way.” At the sculpture garden, the youth enjoyed the interactive sculptures the most, which inspired their own design. The group met over six weeks, and used wood, paint, and rope to create their structure. The residents shared that they enjoyed the splatter painting portion the best, and are proud of seeing their design come to life!

For many years, The Lions Club and Mrs. Pemberton have supported the holiday party with gifts, food, raffles and even a visit from Santa! The children and families enjoy games, crafts and the holiday spirit!

Santa gives out gifts to all the boys and girls.

Annual Polar Bear Plunge! On New Year’s Day, MercyFirst Board Chair, Scott Gildea again took the plunge in Coney Island. This year he raised over $25,000 for MercyFirst! Despite the 17 degree air temperature, Scott joined the hundred of other Polar Bears and jumped into the icy waters. On January 21, a second group took the plunge, raising nearly $1500. MercyFirst staff member Kerri Sneden, her sister Taylor Garner and ‘Friends of MercyFirst’ Committee member, Kelly Sternkopf, all jumped in for MercyFirst!

Thank you to Scott, Kerri, Taylor and Kelly for taking the plunge for MercyFirst!

Volunteer Spotlight

Catherine’s Corner

Inspired by the Gospel and by the example of our founder Catherine McAuley, the Sisters of Mercy envision a just world for people who are poor, sick and uneducated and are committed to serving, advocating for and praying with those in need around the world. The Sisters work passionately together with our Associates, Companions and Partners in Ministry to reduce poverty, violence and racism as well as the widespread denial of human rights, the degradation of Earth, the continued oppression of women, the abuse of children, the mistreatment of immigrants and the lack of solidarity among people and nations.

Suzin Varro, who calls herself the Rainbow Warrior, volunteered her time by holding mindful meditation and yoga workshops for the boys and girls at our Syosset Campus. The workshops help in managing stress and empowering individuals. Suzin does outreach work for the LGBT community and volunteers her time giving motivational talks and presentations to students at high schools across Long Island.

MercyFirst Board Member News: MercyFirst Board of Trustees member, Leonard Stekol, was recently appointed to serve as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Chief Executive Officer of Ridgewood Savings Bank. Mr. Stekol has over 25 years of banking experience at Ridgewood. Most recently, he served as a member of the Bank’s Board of Trustees, and as the Bank’s President and Chief Operating Officer. Leonard joined the MercyFirst Board of Trustees in 2011. He has been an active member of the Fundraising and Finance Committees of the Board. In addition, Len and Ridgewood Savings Bank are active supporters of MercyFirst’s Annual Golf Outing and Angel of Hope Reception. “Len is a terrific asset for MercyFirst – from having his business expertise on our Finance Committee to his involvement with our fund raising efforts. Len strengthened our relationship with Ridgewood Savings Bank that now goes back over 40 years,” Jerry McCaffery.

We examine the root causes of these issues and promote systemic change in the communities in which we minister in the U.S., Latin America, the Caribbean, the Philippines and Guam. We connect our efforts on a global scale with Sisters of Mercy congregations throughout the world through Mercy International Association and Mercy Global Action at the United Nations. The Sisters of Mercy were founded out of a deep concern for persons who are poor. Today, that commitment is focused in five “critical concerns” that we address through attention to personal and institutional choices, advocacy with legislators and other government leaders, and corporate engagement. Our Critical Concerns are: NON-VIOLENCE, IMMIGRATION, EARTH, IMMIGRATION, WOMEN In this Mission Corner let us reflect on the critical concern - Earth. Sisters of Mercy strive to act in harmony and interdependence with all of creation. “Nature cannot be regarded as something separate from ourselves or as a mere setting in which we live. We are part of nature, included in it and thus in constant interaction with it.” - Pope Francis, Laudato Si, #139 * Mercy is growing in awareness of how our choices impact Earth and persons who are poor. The Sisters of Mercy together with our associates, co-workers, students, volunteers and friends are called upon to change personal habits and behaviors, adopt new policies and guidelines for institutions, and advocate with corporations and government leaders to reverence Earth and sustain life. I ask you to ponder the question “How can we at MercyFirst make changes that will help us to make the right choices to reverence Mother Earth?

Sister Maureen King, RSM VP of Mission Integration


hope is unstoppable

Administrative Offices Syosset Campus 525 Convent Road Syosset, NY 11791-3868

NON-PROFIT ORG. US Postage PAID Permit Number 879 Hicksville, NY 11801

Winter 2018 GO GREEN!! SIGN UP TO RECEIVE OUR “E-MERCYLINK” VISIT www.mercyfirst.org

S AV E T H E D AT E

find us on facebook

MercyFirst is excited to announce a brand new location for the 2018 Angel of Hope Event.....New York City’s iconic, Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Plaza. Opening in 1934, the Rainbow Room has spectacular views of NYC’s skyline; its been the location of countless charity events for the Whitneys, Astors and Rockefellers; showcased numerous famous performers and now MercyFirst is proud to become part of the Rainbow Room history. This year we will be honoring our longtime friend and Chair of MercyFirst’s Board of Trustees, Scott Gildea. Join us on October 25, 2018, Stay tuned for event details.

Message from the CEO: The Big and the Everyday

Save the Date

Usually when I write for this newsletter, I focus on some major development at MercyFirst. As I Monday, May 21, 2018 read the stories in this edition it struck me that this approach overlooks the accomplishments Spring Golf Outing and miracles that occur every day. Sometimes I learn of them through staff and other times Tam O’Shanter Club I learn of them by chance. Here are a few: • Advocacy in Albany: Recently, two foster youth went to Albany to meet with legislators Thursday, June 21, 2018 to discuss the importance of funding that lets them go to college and work towards The Daniel & Virginia McCarthy their future. A few weeks later, 4 staff went to Albany to stress the importance of Scholarship Dinner having adequate funding to keep and retain staff to do this very challenging work. Brooklyn Botanic Garden For legislators to hear this directly from those effected by their decisions is vital. Thursday, October 25, 2018 • Early Graduation: A young man on our campus came to us being significantly behind Angel of Hope Reception in school. With the support of our teachers and extra tutoring, he earned his High Rainbow Room, NYC School diploma a semester early! The smile on his face and his parents was priceless! • Teen Mom Attends SUNY: A graduate from our Mother-Baby Residence was featured in a Daily News article. While with us, she graduated from high school and was accepted into SUNY at Stony Brook which she now attends with her son! • Keeping Families Together: When families are under stress making sure their children attend school can sometimes get lost. Our Preventive program worked with a family with several young children who were chronically late and who missed a significant number of school days. In addition to other assistance, our Case Planner worked with the family to set up a routine so children do their homework, get the sleep they need and are prepared to attend school the next day. There has been significant improvement and the school now reports no issues of lateness or absenteeism. • Building on Success: When one of our residents was getting ready to be discharged to a foster home, she was connected to our new Care Management program. Having lost many family members in her life, her transition to the foster home was extremely difficult. She started to get back into drugs and having altercations with peers. While this is not uncommon, her connection with her Care Manager remained consistent and over time with her support she got focused on her education and what she learned on campus. She has settled down and is back working to get her HS Diploma. Finally, about two weeks ago, as I was walking through the Reception Room at our offices in Brooklyn, I saw a couple totally engaged with a baby. As I introduced myself they said they were new foster parents and while they did not expect to have a new born placed in their care, it happened. The baby’s mother had given up custody and they were now going forward with the adoption of the only parents the baby had known. Just another every day miracle at MercyFirst. - Jerry McCaffery, President/CEO

MercyFirst Art Exhibit at the Long Island Children’s Museum Selected images from MercyFirst’s Hope Holds No Borders: Children’s Art of Compassion and Inclusion, are once again on exhibit. The artwork is displayed at the Long Island Children’s Museum, in Garden City. from February 3 through May 6. Originally exhibited at the United Nations Headquarters in June 2017, the project includes drawings and paintings that were exchanged between Syrian refugee children at Project Lift in Istanbul and youth from MercyFirst to offer each other support, understanding and hope. The artwork reflects the experiences, hopes, fears, and dreams of all children and shows us how much we are alike, no matter where we are from.

For information about the museum and hours of operation visit: www.licm.org

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