Mercy Health Foundation entertained 840 guests at the 14th Annual Mercy Masquerade on March 3, 2018 at St. Louis Union Station. Jackie and Stephen Sanders, MD and Mary and Joseph Stieven served as co-chairs for the Western themed event, which raised money for Mercy’s uninsured and underinsured patients. Steve Mackin, President, Mercy Hospital St. Louis was the emcee for the event which featured live musical acts reminiscent of the Grand Ole Opry during dinner followed by an After Party headlined by St. Louis dance band Groove Thang.

Through the Mercy Masquerade event, $8.1 million has been raised over its 14 year history to support diverse charity care programs throughout Mercy and the St. Louis area. Mercy’s underserved patients have been connected with health and social services, prescription medication assistance, diabetic supplies, prenatal care, eye glasses and mammograms and cancer patients have received necessary dental care prior to beginning radiation treatment. This year’s event will provide assistance to over 100,000 patients.

Mercy is deeply committed to the flourishing of our communities. The call of Mercy Health Foundation is to build and strengthen relationships with those who have been touched by our ministry and who seek to use their gifts for the common good. For more information about Mercy Health Foundation or the Mercy Masquerade event please call 314-251-1800 or visit