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Mercy Housing Lakefront Receives a $100,000 Grant from Bank of America

Mercy Housing Lakefront Receives a $100,000 Grant from Bank of America

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Alva Winfrey Kennedy Director of Resource Development 312-447-4545 awinfrey@mercyhousing.org Chicago, Ill.—Mercy Housing Lakefront is delighted to announce that they have received a $100,000 grant from Bank of America Charitable Foundation. Mercy Housing Lakefront, one of the first to develop permanent supportive housing projects of significant size in the Chicago area, will … Continue reading

Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills Student of the Month

Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills Student of the Month

Oak Meadow Elementary teacher Cindi Prahl couldn’t say enough about Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills Student of the Month Bella Buhl. She called the fifth-grader a great problem solver, collaborator, leader and listener. “This is a gal who is so positive,” Prahl shared at Wednesday’s breakfast meeting. “She makes the best of every single … Continue reading

New Mercy Loan Fund President Appointed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Mercy Loan Fund President Appointed Denver, Colorado (03/19/15) – Mercy Loan Fund (MLF) is pleased to announce that Jason Battista will be appointed as President of the Loan Fund on May 1, 2015. Jason joined Mercy Loan Fund in 2009 and since then has proven his ability to balance the mission … Continue reading

Way to go, Frankie!

Way to go, Frankie!

Congratulations to Frankie Jones, our lucky winner of four Denver Nuggets tickets! Frankie Jones is a Colorado Native and is a big time fan of basketball. He spends his time coaching kids the fundamentals and techniques of the game. Frankie won the tickets through Mercy Housing’s social media contest. We asked participants to ‘Like’ and ‘Share’ … Continue reading

Rosenwald Courts Developers LLC close on the Historic Rosenwald Building in Chicago’s Bronzeville Neighborhood.

Rosenwald Courts Developers LLC close on the Historic Rosenwald Building in Chicago’s Bronzeville Neighborhood.

The redevelopment of the building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, will convert the existing 454 unit vacant building covering an entire city block between 46th and 47th, Wabash and Michigan into Rosenwald Courts, with 239 one and two- bedroom units of senior and family housing with a two-acre professionally landscaped … Continue reading