Who We Are

Striving to continue the legacy of Catherine McAuley, Women with a Mission giving society combines resources, vision and passion for helping others to support and improve health care in our communities.

Our Heritage

A mission-minded woman, Catherine McAuley founded Sisters of Mercy. In 1827 she was moved to respond to the suffering and poverty she witnessed around her in Dublin, Ireland. With a $1 million inheritance she established the first House of Mercy in Dublin. Today, we continue to strive to carry on Catherine’s legacy to serve the poor, sick and uneducated – especially women, children and the elderly.

Becoming A Member

Benefits

Striving to continue the legacy of Catherine McAuley, Women with a Mission giving society combines resources, vision and passion for helping others to support and improve health care in our communities. Women with a Mission giving society unites diverse women with a common goal: bringing high-quality health care to all people who need it, no matter where they live, no matter what they can afford.

Membership Details

All women who support Mercy with a minimum annual gift of $1,000 become a Women with a Mission member. We donate together, so our gift has greater impact — and we vote to direct how the funds will be used. Members also enjoy quarterly meetings with fun social, educational and networking opportunities — and the chance to meet like-minded women from other regions at ministry-wide events.

Women with a Mission South

Members

Corin Allen

Dianne Basler

Lisa Basler

Stacy Blankenship

Pamela Campbell

Jacqueline Casner

Donna Cattoor

Sarah Conway

Katherine Coombs

Carol Ellis

Marie Graham

Lisa Young

Lori Hootman

Barb Martin

Kimberly McGrath

Rebecca Osburn

Beth Riemer

Kelly Schmidt

Angela Schulze

Christine Seeley

Valerie Stricker