Mary’s Mercy Center Donation
Why Here, Why Now?
With 47% of the city residents on welfare, food stamps, Medi-Cal, or a combination thereof; 38% living at or below the poverty level; and over 50% of the population is living at 200% of the federal poverty level, San Bernardino is the second poorest city in the nation just behind Detroit.
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“Create Lasting Change To Help Overcome Poverty for the Homeless”
Our Bike Drive is a yearly event that now takes place the Saturday before Christmas Eve. We invite you to be a part of a very special Christmas wish as well – new bikes for children in need! Please make a donation today. Small and large donations are accepted and are used to purchase bicycles, tricycles and helmets.
MARY's MERCY CENTER
Most individuals experiencing homelessness reported a job loss, unemployment or alcohol/drug use as the primary event or condition that led to their homelessness. When Mary’s Village in San Bernardino is complete, it will house up to 115 homeless men for 12 to 18 months at a time.
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