Bank of America Announces $366,000 in Grants to Enhance Community Revitalization

Bank of America Announces $366,000 in Grants to Enhance Community Revitalization

September 14, 2016 Reporters May Contact: Britney Sheehan, Bank of America, 1.425.467.9744 britney.w.sheehan@bankofamerica.com Support will help improve access to affordable housing and foster sustainable growth across Denver and beyond DENVER – Bank of America today announced $366,000 in grants to be distributed to seven Denver nonprofits working to increase access to affordable housing and support … Continue reading

Mercy Housing Lakefront Celebrates Back-to-School Season!

Mercy Housing Lakefront Celebrates Back-to-School Season!

After a summer of relaxation and fun, young Mercy Housing Lakefront (MHL) residents are headed back to school! To celebrate the kickoff of another year of learning, our family buildings in Pullman and Roseland communities hosted back-to-school celebrations. U.S. Bank and Alvin H. Baum Family Fund generously provided funding for educational enrichment activities and school supplies so … Continue reading

Interstate Restoration charity event raises $22,500 for  Mercy Housing residents

Interstate Restoration charity event raises $22,500 for Mercy Housing residents

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 … Continue reading

First Regional Homeless and Disabled Veterans Housing  Opens in Rancho Cordova, CA

First Regional Homeless and Disabled Veterans Housing Opens in Rancho Cordova, CA

“Everyone at Mercy Housing California feels enormous pride whenever we complete a new affordable housing community for low-income residents,” said President Doug Shoemaker, Mercy Housing California, the master developer. “But there is an extra special feeling we all share when we open a new community for formerly homeless and disabled veterans. Mather Veterans Village is our second veterans housing community in California and it would not have been possible without the amazing group of collaborative partners who worked tirelessly to turn this veterans village concept into a beautiful reality.” Continue reading