We have been working on a wonderful renovation project in Oakland at Mercy Retirement & Care Center and the Stahl Team is proud to be a part of a project that does so much to improve this community.
“I’ve been a volunteer at Mercy for 17 years and am incredibly proud of the physical changes we’re making to increase residents’ enjoyment of their Mercy home. The new Library, Art Studio, Wellness Center and Outdoor Patio – just a few of the remarkable new and timely amenities – are terrific resources to help residents safely gather and do the things they love. My family and I are committed to Mercy’s success, and I am so impressed and proud to have been part of this historic renovation project on behalf of residents.”
Christine Whelan, Mercy Board Chair and Campaign Co-Chair

Founded in 1872 by the Sisters of Mercy, Mercy Retirement & Care Center has ministered to over 10,000 seniors in its long history.

Currently, Mercy serves more than 160 older men and women with residential care in Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Nursing. The sole Catholic retirement community in the Oakland Diocese, Mercy’s lush five-acre campus fosters a supportive environment to care for the needs of older adults through a holistic, faith-based approach to end of life and long-term care.

You may consider contributing to the fundraising campaign to support Moving Mercy Forward.

“As we serve the Silent Generation, we are preparing for the Baby Boomers who will push senior living needs to unprecedented levels. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on vulnerable elders has highlighted the importance of holistic care and sufficient space to social distance and continue activities safely.“  -Mercy Campaign


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