Our goal at Mercy House is to offer hope and a future to every child in our care. We do this by introducing the children to the God who created them. Through daily devotions and prayer time, we share the deep love the Father has for them as we communicate that each of them has a purpose and God has a special plan for each child's life. We also offer hope through education, safe shelter, excellent medical care and a family environment that allows each child to have a vital role. We offer the children at Mercy House a future through either reunifying them with loving family members or by processing them for adoption into a loving "forever family".
Middleman Community Support Center, Inc
"Mercy House of the Philippines" is a non-profit, non-goverment residential care center for boys from 9 to 17 years old. The boys who come to Mercy House are neglected, abandoned or orphaned. They are often malnourished and in need of immediate medical attention. Many of the boys in our care have spent months or years living on the street. These street boys learned to provide for themselves through begging, scavenging for recyclable items or committing petty theft. Most of the boys at Mercy House have never been to school and have survived extreme hardship.
A father to the fatherless, a defender of widows is God in His holy dwelling