Partner with Mercy Housing Northwest
Together with its partners, Mercy Housing Northwest is working to expand the availability of affordable housing and to continue to provide programs that build stable, vibrant and healthy communities in Idaho and Washington. We serve families, seniors, and people with special needs with the full spectrum of affordable housing, including supportive housing for the formerly homeless, transitional housing, permanent rental, and affordable homeownership opportunities.Contact Us
Partnering with Mercy Housing Helps Transform Lives in Your City.
Join us for the Adopt-a-Family Holiday Campaign! MHNW families often live within constricted budgets and have a difficult time during the holiday season. You can help brighten the holidays for these families by fulfilling wish lists. Gather friends, family, or colleagues to join you!
Stay tuned for more details on how you can participate in the holiday efforts in 2020. For inquiries related to the holiday campaign, you may contact Kristin Granstrand: email@example.comHelp brighten the holidays for a family
Our annual Back-to-School campaign raises funds to provide kids with new backpacks and school supplies for a fresh start to the school year. Learn how you can support these efforts in 2020.New Backpacks, Fresh Start
Our newest property – Mercy Magnuson Place, which will offer 148 affordable homes in the Magnuson Park neighborhood, will open this May!
Will you help us create welcome bags to help our new residents get settled and feel welcome in their new community?
For more information on how to contribute:
Vy Le at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Katie Parker email@example.com
Women and people of color are disproportionately affected by eviction. Having an eviction on one’s record often has a debilitating effect on finding housing and continues the cycle of poverty. When a Mercy Housing Northwest resident has trouble making their rent, we work with them on a housing support plan and, when appropriate, offer financial assistance through the Sister Edwardine Eviction Prevention Fund.
You can make a significant and direct impact in a person’s life by contributing to the Fund today:Donate to Eviction Prevention Fund
Our partners provide resident services in Mercy Housing developments across the country. We work with organizations providing programming for health and wellness, financial stability, after school time, community involvement, and more.Learn About Resident Services
Mercy Housing collaborates nationally and regionally with public, private and government partners to combine the best affordable housing development practices to build our communities. Learn More about our Housing Development in the Northwest >
Developers are valued partners, and we are constantly building new relationships to meet needs and capitalize on opportunities in all our regions.Learn About Development Partnerships
Mercy Housing Management Group (MHM) manages hundreds of properties across the United States for multiple ownership groups with a wide variety of product, regulatory and population types. With regional management offices located in five cities across the nation, MHM holds true to its operating objectives at each property we manage, which include:
Maximizing financial results
Maintaining the property to the owner’s standards
Creating and sustaining a challenging and rewarding work environment for employees
Delivering superior customer service by exceeding expectations
Healthcare Partnership Program
Nearly one-third of people who are low-income or homeless have a chronic health condition. Mercy Housing works with several major healthcare systems in the United States to provide enhanced services to contribute to the well-being and health of thousands of residents in the communities we serve.Learn About Healthcare Partnerships
Corporate and Foundation Donors
We partner with companies that share our beliefs and have an inherent desire to invest in social change to transform communities. Social change does not happen overnight – but with the help of our corporate partners, we can bring together the people, products, education, and supporters necessary to nurture and transform one family, one home, and one community at a time.Learn About Corporate and Foundation Partnerships
Changing Lives By Funding Communities
Mercy Housing provides loans to community developers through the Mercy Loan Fund, which has loaned $301 million that has been leveraged into $1.8 billion of affordable housing financing and 23,700 homes for 60,600 people. Mercy Housing Management Group, our professional property management division, provides services to maintain the quality of our properties and currently manages more than 22,255 units at 325 properties throughout the country. Our combined impact, with the help of our partners, is giving hundreds of thousands of people help and hope across the United States.
Impact on Our Residents
Providing a home that families and individuals can afford is a valuable service. Some households need more. And we provide it. We call this coordination of housing and services “Service-Enriched Housing.”
What does Resident Services or Service-Enriched housing mean?
- After school tutoring & homework club for students
- Exercise, health and wellness opportunities
- Nutrition workshops and healthy cooking classes
- Tax prep and EITC assistance
- Emergency food assistance
- ESL & employment coaching
The goal of Service-Enriched Housing is to help families achieve stability and then to enhance that stability. It is stability that can be the greatest preventative measure to help families avoid homelessness. We accomplish this through dedicated and highly-motivated staff, extensive community partnerships, and a focus on programs that contribute to resident success and outcomes that can be measured.
We not only believe that affordable housing and supportive programs improve the economic status of residents, transform neighborhoods and stabilize lives—the evidence shows that it does.
- 74% of our residents in Washington have consistently paid their rent on time.
- 91% of our residents in Washington have maintained their housing for 1+ year.
- 72% of our residents in Washington have maintained their housing for 2+ years.
- 84% of our residents in Washington have accessed 5 or more basic and enhanced skill-building services.
We Hope You’ll Join Us on the Next Project.
Partner with Mercy Housing Northwest