In The News

Allison and Mark holding hands and walking

At this year’s Power of Home Event, we introduced you to Allison and Mark, Mercy Housing Northwest residents who moved to Mercy Othello Plaza when it opened in 2017. They have since been very active residents, not only attending the majority of community events and service programs offered by Mercy Housing, but also volunteering to

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Mercy Housing Resident Emma and her children cooking together

Our first-ever Virtual Power of Home Fundraiser hosted on October 1, 2020 was a success! Together, we raised over $300K and counting for our essential Resident Services programming. Thanks to our community of loyal donors and supporters, virtual table hosts, event sponsors, board members and staff for making this a most memorable event. A special

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Construction site for MLK Senior housing

We are excited to announce that construction on Mercy Housing Northwest’s MLK Senior Housing in Tacoma, WA started in September! We thank our partners, SMR Architects and Walsh Construction company for their support. Partnerships make positive community impact like this possible. The Hilltop Neighborhood This will be Mercy Housing’s fifth property in the Hilltop neighborhood.

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Johnston Center Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary

Mercy Housing Lakefront recently celebrated the Johnston Center Residences’ 10-year anniversary. This beautiful community in Milwaukee’s Lincoln Village neighborhood serves people that have experienced chronic homelessness, with affordable homes and essential resident services. Staying Connected The event was celebrated with catered boxed lunches which were distributed for 54 residents and attended by staff. Connections between

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City on a Hill Partnership

It’s not easy for everyone to find quality, affordable healthcare. When you’re earning a lower income, it’s even harder. Mercy Housing has always understood that a home is the best place for people to take control of their health. As we provide hundreds of people in Wisconsin with a home, it’s essential that we provide

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Get Out the Vote – Wisconsin

Voting is essential to democracy and Mercy Housing Lakefront believes it’s vital to help residents take part. With the help of supporters, staff, and volunteers we helped to register voters, get absentee ballots, mail-in ballots, and support voter turnout at all nine Wisconsin communities that we serve. We have already registered over 647 residents and

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Miriam Apartments

Thanks to supporters like you, Mercy Housing Lakefront homes continue to be leaders in the communities they serve and are award-winning. Residents, staff, and partners made the following accomplishments possible: 2020 Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Award | Lofts on Arthington | Chicago This award recognizes the exemplary developments that ensure housing

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2020 has been a big year for our NE Seattle development, Mercy Magnuson Place! This Mercy Housing Northwest family housing development has earned a number of awards thanks to residents, staff, volunteers, and partners: 2020 Charles L. Edson Tax Credit Excellence Historic Preservation Award Affordable Housing Finance 2020 Readers Choice Best Historic Rehabilitation Award 2020

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Making Your Voice Heard

Mercy Housing set a goal to register “2,020 in 2020” — a campaign aimed to register 2,020 Mercy Housing residents across the country to vote. With the November elections right around the corner, we’ve already surpassed our goal! Voting is essential to our democracy, and voter registration is the first step. As with so many

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Sylvia, resident at Page Commons senior community
Oct 22

Family Bonds

“I’ve taken COVID and made some lemonade!” This has been Sylvia’s motto at Page Commons senior community in Gilbert, Arizona, as of late. This lively senior has not let COVID slow her pace or dampen her spirits. Instead, she looks for the good in everything and finds ways to stay active and healthy through these

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