The school community at Divine Mercy is constantly changing and evolving to meet the needs of our students as they face their futures.

The resources and opportunities needed to meet these needs simply would not be possible without the financial and practical support of people in our parish and greater community.

Are you looking for ways to support our students? We have a School Wish List which changes frequently. Check out what we need from dustpans to tumbling mats.

Home and School sponsors many ways that you can support the school in your everyday life! Our online American Publishers sale offers a wide variety of magazine subscriptions, a popular way for community members to support our students.

Our Wish List


$crip is another way to give back to our school. $crip is a program where parents and members in the community purchase gift cards for local and national retailers. A percentage of the purchase comes back from the retailer to Divine Mercy, which we then use for student programs and other resources. Many parents purchase $crip to use as tender for purchases they are already making; to see a list of available gift cards, click here. To register your family for an online account, please contact Tony Paniagua or call 414-412-5100.


You can support Divine Mercy without spending any additional money! When you’re eating and finishing groceries, consider clipping box tops to send back to school with your student. As a school, we participate in the General Mills’ Box Tops for Education program. For each box top collected, Divine Mercy receives a small percentage of funds to support student programs and educational items.


Want to take a break from cooking and have fun with the whole family? Throughout the school year, local restaurants give back to our school when you dine out for the evening. We call it “Family Night Out” – and our students call it a whole lot of fun! Divine Mercy receives a percentage of every meal you purchase during these events, at no additional cost to you. Check our Activities at a Glance calendar for the next “Family Night Out.”