Every year, the O'Connor Creevy Family hosts Dudefest, a benefit concert for Misericordia. The primary goal of the night is to support the place that enriches the lives of the more than five hundred children and adults who call Misericordia home. All proceeds from the event go directly to Misericordia.
Misericordia supports children and adults with mild to profound developmental disabilities, from all backgrounds. Misericordia’s programs include day-to-day support; job training; physical, occupational and speech therapy; and recreational outings. Misericordia cares for the most vulnerable members of our society. Families of residents are asked to contribute twice family members' costs, because many residents are not able to pay at all.
Our sister and cousin, Bree (the Dude), has been at Misericordia since 2010 and she loves her home. Misericordia is an incredibly well-kept, well-cared-for place that provides respect and kindness to everyone who lives there. And the way to keep it going is through support. Your support is truly appreciated.
CTA Rail: Blue line, Irving Park stop, walk two blocks west
CTA Bus: #80 Irving Park line, stop at Tripp Ave
Metra: Union Pacific Northwest - Irving Park station, walk two blocks west
Photos: Kim Ryan