Become a part of Mercy’s centennial history
Around the world, the simple and beautiful butterfly serves as an inspiring symbol of life, change, and hope. To commemorate Northern Light Mercy Hospital’s next century of care, well-known Maine stained glass artist Laura Fuller is designing a unique hanging sculpture featuring 100 individual butterflies made from recycled stained glass from Mercy's chapel and the Jewish Community Center. Laura’s acclaimed artistry has attracted followers from around the state and across the county.
You can be part of this special piece of Mercy’s history. With a $250 donation to the One Mercy
capital campaign, you can reserve a butterfly in your name or in honor of a loved one. A special plaque will be installed near the sculpture to recognize the generosity of all who purchased butterflies as well as the names of those honored forever.
The celebratory work of art will be installed following the completion of the campus consolidation project in late 2022, greeting visitors at Mercy’s newly expanded Fore River campus. There are a limited number of butterflies available.
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