In The News

“I’ve been caring for homeless people for 20, 25 years. And unfortunately, I have failed,” said Dr. Joshua Bamberger, Chief Medical Consultant of Mercy Housing, on April 9th, 2015 in Sacramento, Calif. A reference to failure is not what one would expect to hear from this year’s recipient of the prestigious Beverlee A. Myers Award

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Oak Meadow Elementary teacher Cindi Prahl couldn’t say enough about Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills Student of the Month Bella Buhl. She called the fifth-grader a great problem solver, collaborator, leader and listener. “This is a gal who is so positive,” Prahl shared at Wednesday’s breakfast meeting. “She makes the best of every single

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Mercy Loan Fund President Appointed Denver, Colorado (03/19/15) – Mercy Loan Fund (MLF) is pleased to announce that Jason Battista will be appointed as President of the Loan Fund on May 1, 2015. Jason joined Mercy Loan Fund in 2009 and since then has proven his ability to balance the mission

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Congratulations to Frankie Jones, our lucky winner of four Denver Nuggets tickets! Frankie Jones is a Colorado Native and is a big time fan of basketball. He spends his time coaching kids the fundamentals and techniques of the game. Frankie won the tickets through Mercy Housing’s social media contest. We asked participants to ‘Like’ and ‘Share’

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As of  Feb. 19, 2015, President Barack Obama proclaimed that the Pullman district is now one of the three newest national monuments in the United States; the Pullman National Monument is located in Chicago. From The White House Blog: “The Pullman National monument will preserve and highlight America’s first planned industrial town, and a site that tells

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The redevelopment of the building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, will convert the existing 454 unit vacant building covering an entire city block between 46th and 47th, Wabash and Michigan into Rosenwald Courts, with 239 one and two- bedroom units of senior and family housing with a two-acre professionally landscaped

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SEATTLE — The old World War II Navy barracks at Magnuson park are going to serve once again. A developer will spend $52 million to transform the historic site, which is located within walking distance of Lake Washington, into affordable housing for nearly 130 families. Some might think it’s a lot of money to spend,

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Mercy Housing Northwest will redevelop the former United States Navy barracks at Magnuson Park into 128 affordable housing units, according to the Northwest Reporter, the communications arm of the Northwest Multiple Listing Service. The nonprofit agency received $9.7 million in state funding from the Washington State Department of Commerce for the project, which is expected

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From tutoring to volunteering to teaching kids how to play soccer, El Dorado County’s young people give thousands of hours back to the community each year. Many of those youth recently received Youth Star Awards for their tireless efforts. The El Dorado Hills Community Vision Coalition hosted the ceremony on Dec. 14 at Lakehills Church.

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Denver, Colorado (02/04/15)–Mercy Housing Mountain Plains received a $10,000 grant from Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The grant is part of Bank of America’s commitment to help local nonprofit organizations that are addressing the critical issues of affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization in Denver.  Bank of America’s goal is to help individuals and families regain

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