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Our Impact

Our Mission

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.

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Mercy Housing Communities

Mercy Community Capital

National Headquarters

Regional Office

New Developement

Where we serve

45,400

people live in a Mercy Housing Community

Resident Racial & Ethnic Diversity

To ensure equitable and inclusive communities, our employees' demographics reflect the residents we serve

Who we serve

Caucasian / White  36%

Black or African American (24%)

Asian (10%)

Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander (2%)

American Indian / Alaska Native (<1%)

Biracial / Multiracial (3%)

Not disclosed (1%)

Hispanic or Latinx (23%)

Portfolio Unit Type

Family

Senior

Special Needs

Property Rental Income (71%)

Eared Fees (5%)

Philanthropy (11%)

Government Capital Grants (4%)

Other (9%)

Revenue by Source

Expenses by Program

Property Operations & Management (79%)

Resident Services (4%)

Housing Development (5%)

Mercy Community Capital (1%)

Corporate Operations (1%)

Fundraising (1%)

in affordable real estate development since 1981

$5.4
billion

in affordable housing lending since 1981

$563
million

in the pipeline for future development

$3.6
billion

FY 2023

Numbers based on unaudited financials and subject to change.

465,048,412

total 2023 revenue

$50,216,901

total donations
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