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Mercy Housing is working to create a more humane world where poverty is alleviated, communities are healthy and all people can develop their full potential. We believe that affordable housing and supportive programs improve the economic status of residents, transform neighborhoods and stabilize lives.
To create stable, vibrant and healthy communities by developing, financing and operating affordable program-enriched housing for families, seniors and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access quality, safe housing opportunities.
Mercy Housing acquires and develops quality, affordable housing properties for families, seniors and people with special needs across the United States.
We also provide our residents with a variety of services to help them gain the skills they need to change their lives and improve their communities. Our resident services include after-school and summer youth programs, refugee services, life skills courses, health care services and financial education programs.
As of October 2006, Mercy Housing had developed 19,100 quality, affordable homes for more than 58,000 people in 41 states. Sixty-eight percent of our residents are families, 17 percent are seniors and 15 percent are people with special needs (people with HIV/AIDS, formerly homeless, and people with physical and mental impairments).
1999 Broadway, Suite 1000
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (303) 830-3300
A Gift Card
Activities for 5 kids
Your gift enables five children to attend Mercy Housing after-school programs, including homework assistance, tutoring, computer classes and arts and crafts.
Counsel A Homebuyer
12 hours of counseling
Your gift supplies a family with 12 hours of one-on-one homebuying preparation counseling.
Senior health classes
Your gift provides an entire senior community with one month of health and wellness classes, such as tai chi, speech therapy and adjusting-to-hearing-loss classes.
House A Family
One month of housing
Your gift provides a family with a safe, affordable home for one month.
Homeowner savings plan
Your gift helps a resident begin their own homeownership savings plan through Mercy Housing's down-payment assistance program.
Help A Parent
One life skills course
Your gift enables one resident to participate in a six-week life skills course designed for single parents.
Bridge the Divide
One month of internet
Your gift helps bridge the digital divide by providing internet access for our residents at one of our computer labs for one month.
Help A Child Learn
One year of supplies
Your gift provides a student with a backpack filled with annual school supplies, provided through our after-school programs.
Educate A Child
One month after-school
Your gift will enable one child to attend Mercy Housing after-school programs, including homework help, tutoring and computer classes, for one month.