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Denver, Colorado (02/04/15)–Mercy Housing Mountain Plains received a $10,000 grant from Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The grant is part of Bank of America’s commitment to help local nonprofit organizations that are addressing the critical issues of affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization in Denver.  Bank of America’s goal is to help individuals and families regain

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This season, Payless ShoeSource is keeping it fashion AND philanthropy forward! Payless has partnered with Mercy Housing Colorado to give 25 of our youngsters some fancy footwear through their Payless Gives ™ – Shoes 4 Kids program. The international program – which reaches all 50 states, Canada, Puerto Rico and 11 Latin American countries –

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Denver, Colorado (11/25/14) – Mark your calendar to support Mercy Housing for Colorado Gives Day on December 9, 2014. Coloradans will come together to support local nonprofits throughout the state like Mercy Housing. For the fifth consecutive year, Community First Foundation and First Bank are partnering to present Colorado Gives Day. By donating to Mercy

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sister lillian with CEO Jane Graf

Business and community leaders joined forces this morning in supporting Mercy Housing, Inc., a national non-profit based in Denver that builds and manages affordable housing in Colorado and nationwide. Lockton Companies was the title sponsor for Mercy Housing’s annual Live in Hope breakfast at the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. In addition,

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Local non-profit organization Oakwood Creative Care has partnered with the national nonprofit Mercy Housing to unite the young and the young at heart through an intergenerational gardening project funded by the City of Mesa. Oakwood Creative Care is a Day Club offering innovative care solutions to seniors afflicted with the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s, stroke,

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Source: The Denver Post Article by Claire Martin Although Metropolitan State University of Denver student Birendra Dhakal has lived in the city since he was 13, he was shaped by his experience being born and raised in Nepal’s Goldhap refugee camp. In the self-portrait he took for “Picture Me Here,” an exhibit of Denver refugee

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U.S. Bank is partnering with Mercy Housing to give 70 Denver children a head start on the school year with new backpacks filled with supplies

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Mercy Housing Colorado is excited to announce our 6th Annual Live in Hope Breakfast will take place at the Four Seasons Hotel on May 2nd from 7:30-8:30a.m.! This year we are adding a new component to our event in selecting a corporation or business to honor with our first Live in Hope Award. In giving

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Community Matters Newsletter – Fall 2012 Mercy Housing is proud to introduce Mercy Housing’s Advisory Council in Arizona, a dynamic and innovative group of housing champions and community advocates. “Advisory Council members are responsible for representing Mercy Housing Southwest into their local community and individual networks,” explained Kate Hunt, Regional Manager of Resource Development. “Members

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Community Matters Newsletter – Fall 2012  Fall in Iowa brings with it crisp morning air, warm autumn colors and of course the first day of school. But for many students, apprehensions about returning to school extend far beyond the expected first day jitters. “Bullying statistics released in 2010 indicate that about 160,000 children miss school every day out of

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