Outreach Partners

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Outreach Partner


Early Childhood Class and Pre-Kindergarten The Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, Merion Station WMA students visit with the aging Sisters and sing seasonal songs for them.
Kindergarten and Grade 3

St. Frances Cabrini Regional Catholic School, Philadelphia

An inner-city Catholic school, WMA students collect needed items and monetary donations to provide assistance to the school. They invite students to share in listening to a storyteller and to watch our school musical in the spring.
Grade 1 and 8 Mercy Neighborhood Ministries, Philadelphia A non-profit organization that provides child care, adult day care and adult education and human development services to the financially, socially and spiritually stressed families in the Tioga section of Philadelphia. Students in grade one collect toiletries and other necessities for Mercy Neighborhood Ministries. They invite the children of the pre-kindergarten to join in a snack with them before the pre-kindergarten students watch the Stars and Stripes Theater’s winter performance. Students in grade eight visit the clients of the adult day care program and play games, do art projects and play music with them.
Grade 2 Missionary Sisters of Charity, Norristown A shelter that provides assistance to women and children who are homeless. WMA students collect needed items for the daily running of the shelter.
Grade 4 Bethesda Project, Philadelphia Bethesda Project’s fundamental commitment is to create communities wherein men and women, on the margins of a complex society, find sanctuary and have their basic needs met in the company of a compassionate and caring family. WMA students collect toiletries for the residents, needed items for the daily running of the shelter. Students have also made special desserts for various holidays to send to the residents.
Grade 5 Catholic Worker, Philadelphia Provides health care to the underserved homeless and poor in Kensington. WMA students collect needed toiletries for the clients of the health center. Students also visit the clinic and assist the clients in writing and sending Christmas and holiday greetings to their friends and family.
Grade 6 Hayes Manor Retirement Residence, Philadelphia


Provides dignified housing, excellent health care and essential services to older people of limited financial resources. WMA students visit residents of Hayes Manor bimonthly. They invite the residents to share in our winter and spring musical presentations.

Grade 7

Community Partnership School, Philadelphia

An independent school in North Central Philadelphia founded in 2006 by a partnership between Germantown Academy and Project H.O.M.E. WMA students will participate in their Lunch Buddy program.
Contact us:

513 Montgomery Avenue, Merion Station, PA 19066 
t. 610-664-9847 
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