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Nearly 2,400 low-income adults and children will have access to new Dell computers at their properties’ community centers, thanks to a $34,700 grant to Intercommunity Mercy Housing from the Employees Community Fund of Boeing Puget Sound. Intercommunity Mercy Housing used the grant to buy 56 new computers and software for the computer labs at nine

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Low-income families, seniors and people with special needs from San Francisco to Atlanta will have more safe, quality affordable housing and programs to help them improve their lives, thanks to a $500,000 grant from Bank of America and Bank of America Charitable Foundation.   The award is the second part of a two-year, $1 million

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More low-income seniors in Tacoma, Wash., will have a safe, affordable home, thanks to an $8.2 million grant to Intercommunity Mercy Housing from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).   The grant is part of more than $650 million that the department announced would go toward helping thousands of very low-income senior

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Deborah Reber will bring her ‘In Their Shoes’ workshop to residents at an IMH affordable housing property in Kent, WA, on Jan. 21

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Mercy Housing volunteers like Desiree Hepworth exemplify the type of commitment that the United Nations is honoring today through International Volunteer Day. The United Nations celebrates International Volunteer Day every Dec. 5 to thank volunteers for their efforts and to increase public awareness about their contribution to society. Volunteers like Desiree Hepworth make Mercy Housing’s

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