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Meet LaVonya

Meet LaVonya

LaVonya had an 8-year-old son, volunteered at church, and was a naval reservist. She graduated from Columbia College and promptly found a job. In less than a year, she was laid off. That same year her mother passed away leaving LaVonya to look after her 12-year-old brother. Suddenly, she had two growing boys to raise … Continue reading

Mothers & Mercy Housing

Mothers & Mercy Housing

Happy Mother’s Day! Families are an irreplaceable building block of a community, and Mercy Housing is always working to support families in every capacity. To support families, we must understand their needs. Women are important to Mercy Housing communities and represent 60% of the adult resident population. Many of our resident services are designed for … Continue reading

Mercy Housing Southeast awarded $75,000 grant from the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta

ATLANTA – To help further its mission in Atlanta, Mercy Housing Southeast has received a $75,000 grant from the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta. The grant is from its general operating support grantmaking program. This highly competitive grantmaking program will provide unrestricted funding to be used to advance and expand Mercy Housing’s mission to create … Continue reading

Check Presentation for Mercy Housing Southeast

Check Presentation for Mercy Housing Southeast

Today, residents and staff at Mercy Place Belmont, a Mercy Housing Southeast community, welcomed Community Foundation of Gaston County board and staff, for the presentation of $2500 for support of Resident Services. Thank you so much for your support!

Reynoldstown Receives Prestigious Award

Reynoldstown Receives Prestigious Award

It’s been less than a year since Reynoldstown Senior Residences opened its doors, and has already won a prestigious award! The community, 10 years in the making, hosted a grand opening in May, which was attended by the people who made the dream of Reynoldstown a reality: Mercy Housing supporters like you, elected officials, and … Continue reading