Welcome to the Planet Mercy website. Here you will find more information about us, our ethos and the ways in which we contribute to society.
We are involved in developing links between communities and their members to organise interests of social recreational events.
We provide a source of support and knowledge to strengthen and harbour community cohesion within diverse communities.
We are committed to ensure that every penny donated reaches its destination. Not a single penny is deducted for administraion of fundraising costs.
We work directly with the local communities to ensure education awareness are relevant to their needs, through a variety of projects.
Recent ProjectsArts & Crafts Workshop
Planet Mercy North West teamed up with "The Workshop People" to deliver an Arts & Crafts workshop on the 6th April 2013 at the... To read more, click here
Fri, 20th Sep 2013Reflection Helpline
The reflection Helpline is a Non - Judgmental professional listening and emotional support service aimed at helping those.... To read more, click here
Tue, 30th April 2013
Weekly Community Football (PM Northwest & Yorkshire)
Planet Mercy NorthWest and Yorkshire hold weekly community football sessions aiming to deliver a variety of skills to youth through the sport including discipline... To read more, click here
Tue, 30th April 2013
NewsPLANET MERCY (U.K) RAMADHAN 2013 APPEAL
Planet Mercy U.K with your kind support has been running a campaign since 2009 to provide weekly warm meals and food parcels to the poor, needy and destitute of the U.K.... To read more, click here
Fri, 20th Sep 2013Let’s Get Creative with Sanah (PM Hywycombe)
Planet Mercy Hywycombe held an Arts and Craft workshop led by a young volunteer ‘Sanah”. The aim of the workshop was to enable youngsters to explore their talents freely.... To read more, click here
Fri, 20th Sep 2013Food hampers for the Poor, Homeless and Needy (PM Burton & Derby)
Planet Mercy has been working closely with Al Nashia Services to assist the poor, needy and homeless through food hampers which are much needed..... To read more, click here
Fri, 20th Sep 2013