In The News

kids on computers

Kids can learn Spanish, French, and Swahili at Mercy Housing’s Appian Way community, thanks to our partner, National Real Estate Practice of EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants. Before coronavirus, EPIC’s Real Estate Forum collectively donated 120 new Chromebooks with software to Mercy Housing’s Resident Services across 10 communities in Seattle. So that everyone at these

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Mercy Housing’s mission to create stable and healthy communities by offering program-enriched housing for families, seniors, and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access quality, safe housing opportunities is more important today than ever before. This is an anxious time for everyone and the response from the community has been overwhelming,

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planet earth and mercy housing logo

7.8 Billion That’s how many people live on planet Earth today. Each of us going about our daily lives, and whether we’re interacting with family, friends, or the natural environment, we’re all interconnected. Now more than ever, due to COVID-19, we realize just how small our world really is, and how our daily interactions can

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Rendering of 833 Bryant

833 Bryant Street Permanent Supportive Housing will be the new construction of 145 studio apartments of permanent supportive housing for adults who have experienced homelessness. This is the prototype of what is hoped to model a new financing structure for permanent supportive housing. The goals of the project are to expedite the development process and

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Carrie is a resident at Countryside Senior Apartments in Illinois and she turns 100 years old on April 26! Our Goal We hope to get Carrie 100 birthday wishes – via card or social media likes and shares by April 26. With social distancing and shelter in place guidance, we’re finding new ways to celebrate

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Nothing is easy right now, especially for seniors with low incomes. Getting healthy, affordable food that’s easy to access without having to go out and brave the pandemic is getting harder by the day. The Walmart Foundation has partnered with us to make life a little easier for some of the seniors that call Mercy

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staff delivering food to resident

Grocery shopping during a pandemic can be stressful and unsafe for many older adults and disabled people. Thanks to Interfaith Food Pantry, residents at Mercy Housing Lakefront’s Marian Park Apartments received bags filled with nutritious food delivered to their front doors. Interfaith Food Pantry took extra precautions handling the food to protect the health and

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woman in front of food donations

Knowing that the virus would have an impact on our most vulnerable neighbors, our friends at Batavia United Way sprang into action. Batavia United Way coordinated a food and supply drive to provide every family and older adult residing at Mercy Housing Lakefront’s Batavia Apartments with a grocery bag filled with food, hygiene items, cleaning

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Social isolation is hard on everyone, especially for seniors with low incomes. But some of the residents at Mercy Housing’s Francis Heights community have a way to stay connected during this unprecedented time, best of all, seniors can stay at home in a way that’s safe and healthy. AARP Foundation partnered with us to provide

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Purpose-filled Quest to The Northwest

Mercy Housing Northwest’s five founding communities have a long, rich legacy in the Northwest. In most cases, the communities themselves had to find their way to the Northwest and to the housing ministry. Adrian Dominican Sisters Traces roots back to 1233 in Germany Came to Aberdeen, WA in 1890 to set up a hospital for

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