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More low-income seniors in Tacoma, Wash., will have a safe, affordable home, thanks to an $8.2 million grant to Intercommunity Mercy Housing from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).   The grant is part of more than $650 million that the department announced would go toward helping thousands of very low-income senior

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Mercy Housing featured in February issues of Affordable Housing Finance and Multifamily Executive.

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The property is part of the Englewood neighborhood’s revitalization and the City of Chicago’s 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness

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Deborah Reber will bring her ‘In Their Shoes’ workshop to residents at an IMH affordable housing property in Kent, WA, on Jan. 21

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Capitol Hill United Neighborhood, Inc., (CHUN) in Denver is recognizing Mercy Housing Colorado with its Good Neighbor Award for the organization’s work on The Aromor Apartments.

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More than 240 children who live at Mercy Housing California’s Bay Area properties will receive Christmas presents this year thanks to Equity Residential.

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About 20 low-income youth residents, ages 5 to 12, rang in the holiday season this afternoon by giving back to the community and their families as part of Mercy Housing Southwest’s Jingle Bell Hop.     The three-stop, five hour-long event took the children to Paz de Cristo to deliver canned goods, Mercy Housing Southwest’s

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Mercy Housing Colorado’s Peace Pals youth group recently recognized the Flobotsas an International Peace Pal, an honor the group has also bestowed upon Mother Theresa, Gandhi and Brad Pitt.

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Mercy Housing volunteers like Desiree Hepworth exemplify the type of commitment that the United Nations is honoring today through International Volunteer Day. The United Nations celebrates International Volunteer Day every Dec. 5 to thank volunteers for their efforts and to increase public awareness about their contribution to society. Volunteers like Desiree Hepworth make Mercy Housing’s

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“Cindy Holler has served as the national director for Fannie Mae and chief operating officer of ShoreBank Development Corporation. But given the passion she displays for her current position in the non-profit sector, you’d be forgiven to thinking her entire life had been devoted to this singular purpose.” — Check out more about Cindy Holler

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