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The Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy in Ireland has made a sizeable donation to the largest affordable housing nonprofit in the U.S., Mercy Housing, Inc., to build opportunity for low-income families. DENVER, CO — This three-million-dollar gift marks the two organizations’ first partnership, and a major step toward improving low-income people’s access to essential

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The Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy in Ireland has made a sizable donation to the largest affordable housing nonprofit in…

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The knowledge, attitude, and skills necessary to make sound financial decisions based on one’s current circumstances can be challenging for anyone. For a family or senior living on a very limited income, financial management can be incredibly daunting knowing how little room there is for error. One wrong decision can have catastrophic consequences, even landing

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Aging intimidates many and impacts all. May is Older Americans Month and seniors (people over 65) comprise 32% of residents served by Mercy Housing, that’s over 12,000 people. Understanding their needs is important to us. By 2035, seniors will outnumber children for the first time in U.S. history according to the Census Bureau. Traditionally, most

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More than 80 kids who call Mercy Housing home now have bikes, thanks to the efforts of two Denver-based organizations! On Friday, June 30, Janus Henderson Investors, a leading global active asset manager, and Wish for Wheels, a nonprofit that gives bikes to kids from low-income families, teamed up to build 80 bikes and deliver

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“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi Volunteering is a great way for seniors to stay involved, meet new people, and improve their health. The emotional benefits are often the first to come to mind: volunteering can lead to a sense of feeling useful,

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From left to right: Chris Burkhardt, Mercy Housing Chief Operating Officer; Christy Richardson, Mercy Housing Senior Vice President, Information Technology; Carol Breslau, Mercy Housing Chief Philanthropy Officer; Matt Coyle, Interstate Restoration Director Business Development; Jennifer Reed, Mercy Housing Director of Philanthropy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 9/13/2016 Contact: Amelia Laing (303) 830-3432 alaing@mercyhousing.org mercyhousing.org DENVER, CO —Interstate Restoration’s 12th annual charity golf tournament yielded $22,500 to benefit Mercy Housing, an affordable housing non-profit that serves thousands of Coloradans with low incomes by providing them with affordable homes and services designed to help them live to their full potential. “We

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Our most recent survey showed some encouraging health gains for Mercy Housing residents living in the Mountain Plains.

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On Arizona Gives Day, Support the Work of Mercy Housing Gilbert, Arizona (4/2/2015) — Give back to your community by supporting Mercy Housing Southwest on Arizona Gives Day, April 7, 2015. Arizona Gives Day is a powerful 24 hour online giving experience that unites Arizonans around causes they believe in. By directing your donation to

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Dwayne is an outgoing teenager with a sweet smile and a love for sports. And even if school isn’t his favorite thing, he’s willing to put up with it so he can play football. It was a bit of a problem when his low grades forced him to drop out of sports his freshman year

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