Supporting Our Community
Mercy wellness supports Sonoma County’s local community. We strive to take meaningful and measurable action in philanthropy, sustainability, safety, and inclusion. With the help of our local partnerships and the generosity of our amazing #MercyFam, we can make an impact within our community.
Elevating our community one Mercy order at a time.
Our Community Partners
Serving their community since 1931, the Humane Society of Sonoma County is a donor-supported safe haven for animals. We’re dedicated to bringing people and companion animals together for a lifetime of love. The animals in our care receive medical treatment (including spay/neuter surgery), training services, and adoption assistance.
The Mission of Sonoma County LGBT Pride is to promote equality for all. Working with community leaders we work to support the non-profit community and to preserve and educate the community about rich LGBT history of Sonoma County.
The Mural Project discovers untapped artistic talent in communities that crave a thriving art scene. We offer opportunities for promising artists to create murals that will beautify their communities and make a statement in the larger world. Our work establishes a creative pipeline to art as a profession while kindling fresh art culture in underserved neighborhoods. The Mural Project exists to help artists see that when that opportunity is lacking in their community, they have the agency to change it by creating something new.
They are an advocacy group of Veterans for Veterans who use medical cannabis. They provide education, safe access, information on VA resources and benefits, and an opportunity for veterans to work with other veterans within the cannabis industry.
Daily Acts is a local environmental non-profit focused on DIY solutions for resource conservation and community resilience. They have education programs and hands-on volunteer programs where you can get involved and learn more.
BAMP is a nonprofit organization of local artists dedicated to facilitating and creating public art. Our vision is to turn bare, blighted walls into artistic gateways into the community’s surrounding environment.
The Living Room serves Sonoma County women and their children who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless — through housing, wrap-around services, food and outreach.
The mission of The Living Room is to ease adversity, promote stability, and support self-reliance for their clients.
Santa Rosa Arts Center’s mission is to enrich the cultural experience of our community by providing arts education, classes for all ages and abilities, exhibit space for local artists and offering a venue for performances, literary arts, and events. Although it is the largest city between San Francisco and Portland, Oregon, until our organization was founded, Santa Rosa had been lacking an art center for these services.
As the largest hunger-relief organization in our area, REFB works on the front lines of emergency food assistance in our region, playing a crucial role in helping individuals, families, seniors, and children.
SNAP Cats is dedicated to the rescue and care of special needs cats and kittens. We were founded in 2013 and have grown to be one of the most well respected special needs rescues/sanctuaries in the World. SNAP Cats is a non-profit organization devoted to finding loving new homes for special needs, senior, FIV+ and FeLV+ cats and kittens. Since we began, we’ve rescued and placed more than 500 (and counting!) cats and kittens into loving homes.