On Arizona Gives Day, Support the Work of Mercy Housing

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 Mercy Housing Southwest on April 7, 2015, you will be helping Mercy Housing provide safe, quality, service-enriched housing to thousands of Arizonans. A not-for-profit, Mercy Housing Southwest provides affordable housing to people with low to moderate incomes, including seniors and people with special needs.

“Arizona Gives Day is a great way for people to invest in their own communities,” said Jane Graf, CEO of Mercy Housing Inc. “Arizonans have a real opportunity to help their neighbors and make a real difference.”

Mercy Housing Southwest has 11 properties in Arizona, each of which offers Residential Services to help residents realize their full potential. Through Resident Services, residents can improve their financial stability, receive educational support, participate in fitness classes, learn about their health, engage in community events, and much more.

View the details below to learn how you can help your fellow Arizonans on Arizona Gives Day on April 7, 2015.

Donate to Mercy Housing on the Arizona Gives Day Website: https://azgives.givebig.org/c/GivesDay/

Dine at one of two Arizona Chick-fil-A’s:

Two Arizona Chick-fil-As will donate a portion of their proceeds to Mercy Housing Southwest on Arizona Gives Day. “Chick-fil-A Raintree is passionate about supporting organizations who are positively impacting the community,” said Anna Bailey, a Chick-fil-A Marketing Director. “Mercy Housing does much for our communities, and we are excited to contribute to their efforts!”

“Chick-fil-A Stapley is committed to being of service and wholeheartedly gives to our community,” added Maureen Matthews, another Chick-fil-A Marketing Director. “It is a pleasure to partner with Mercy Housing. Please join us. Together, we can make a difference.”

See below for details on how your dining experience can help a person in need:

Scottsdale: Chick-fil-A on Raintree Drive & 101
14995 N. 87th St.
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
480-922-4540
From 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, 20% of all sales will go to Mercy Housing Southwest.

 

Mesa: Chick-fil-A on Stapley Drive & 60
1664 S. Stapley Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85204
480-892-9714
Mention Mercy Housing while ordering, and 20% of your sale will go to Mercy Housing Southwest.

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About Mercy Housing Southwest

Mercy Housing Southwest, a non-for-profit affordable housing organization provides safe, affordable housing to more than 450 people each day including seniors and people with special needs. With 11 properties throughout Arizona, Mercy Housing Southwest also provides services and programs that give residents a stable foundation to achieve their dreams. For more information about Mercy Housing, please visit www.mercyhousing.org/southwest and follow us on Twitter at @mercyhousing.

About Chick-fil-A, Inc.

Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A, Inc. is a family owned and privately held restaurant company devoted to serving the local communities in which its restaurants operate. Known for its original chicken sandwich and unique franchise model, Chick-fil-A serves freshly prepared food in more than 1,900 restaurants in 41 states and Washington, D.C.

Founded in the early 1960s by S. Truett Cathy, Chick-fil-A produced sales of nearly $6 billion in 2014, which marks 47 consecutive years of sales growth. Chick-fil-A was recognized in 2014 as one of America’s “Top 20 Most Admired Brands” by The Harris Poll, “Top Fast Food Chicken Chain” by Consumer Reports and the only restaurant named to 24/7 Wall Street’s “Customer Service Hall of Fame.” More information on Chick-fil-A is available on the chain’s website located at www.chick-fil-a.com.

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