Mercy & Grace, Inc. was qualified as a 501 (c) (3) organization in 2017 with the support of Janie Williams, President of Mercy & Grace, Inc. The organization was formed as a way to help clients, and the elderly who have monetary restrictions that any prohibit them from receiving care in their home.
The fund is tax exempt under section 501 (c) (3) of the internal Revenue Code. Therefore, contributions to Mercy & Grace, Inc. are tax- deductible.
Guideline for Assistance
In order for assistance to be giving by Mercy & Grace, Inc. the following conditions must be met:
The recipient must be a home health or hospice patient or immediate family caregiver residing within the home of the client.
The recipient will be considered if the primary needs are being addressed by family members, entitlement programs, or another charitable or civic organization.
The recipient's needs may be medically related needs or home safety or equipment needs that cannot be met by the primary source of assistance without support from Mercy & Grace, Inc.
Funding are limited tp two requests per family per calendar year, and monetary amounts will be determined based on the type of need and circumstances.
Funds must contribute to successful use of home health care, enabling the individual to remain at home for medical treatment.
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Donations can be made by check and mailed to:
Mercy & Grace, Inc.
Northport, Alabama 35476
517 Energy Center Blvd Suite 1304
Northport, Alabama 35473
for additional information, please call or email
Phone: (205) 737-7744