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EPIC grant recipient, Starisha White, family, MHL staff and Mark Angelini, MHL President

Mercy Housing partnered with the National Real Estate Practice of EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants to provide students in need with a grant for their hard work and vision. The EPIC Educational Support Grant awarded 14 students with $3,000 each to go toward supporting higher education and brighter futures. Batavia Apartments resident, Starisha White is

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We partnered with the National Real Estate Practice of EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants to provide students in need with this grant for their hard work and vision. This is the second year that EPIC’s National Real Estate Practice and Mercy Housing have partnered together to deliver this grant to low-income students in need. Fourteen

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Wintrust Financial executive and Mercy Housing Lakefront resident join 16-member board supporting Mercy’s mission of providing affordable, service-enriched housing to more than 8,000 residents. CHICAGO – Mercy Housing Lakefront, a nonprofit that owns and operates 52 affordable housing properties in the Chicagoland area, Southern Illinois, Southeastern Wisconsin and Central Indiana, today announced that its Board

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Jane Graf Headshot

Jane Graf, Mercy Housing’s President & CEO, is retiring—Mercy Housing is the largest affordable housing nonprofit and with a presence in 41 states, their role in addressing the affordable housing crisis is pivotal.   Graf has announced her plan to retire in 2020 following a 32-year career with Mercy Housing—headquartered in Denver,CO. She came from

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Meet Belinda

Your support encourages women to never give up on themselves. Belinda, like many young men and women, found herself at a house party in her early 20’s. Her life would never be the same. At the party someone slipped a hallucinogenic drug into her drink, triggering a chemical imbalance in her brain that led to

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Greenwich Apartments photos at sunset

They include more low-income housing, fewer fines and less incarceration. More than half a century ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson stood before a joint session of Congress during his first State of the Union address and declared an “unconditional war on poverty,” drawing attention to the uncomfortable truth that millions of Americans were living without

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old photo of St Catherine residence and logo of the property

Over a century ago, St. Catherine Residence provided a safe place for women in the Milwaukee community and it still does today. Founded 125 years ago by the Sisters of Mercy, and sponsored by Mercy Housing Lakefront, the mission of St. Catherine Residence is to ensure stable, affordable and supportive housing to low-income women of

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Mercy Housing Lakefront today presented its 2018 Inspiring Hope Award to Krishna Ramachandran, who serves as the Vice President of Health Data Strategy and Enterprise Network Operations at Blue Cross and Blue Shield.

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Mercy Housing Lakefront today presented the 2018 Spirit of Mercy Award to Howard Natinsky, whose philanthropic efforts have resulted in concrete, measurable improvement in the lives of hundreds of Chicagoans.

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Mercy Housing Lakefront today presented its 2018 Volunteer Service Award to Emil and Michelle McCauley, in recognition of their long-time commitment to volunteerism with the organization.

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