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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.


Mercy Housing Communities

Mercy Community Capital

National Headquarters

Regional Office

New Developement

Where we serve


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



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


in affordable housing lending since 1981


in the pipeline for future development


FY 2023

Numbers based on unaudited financials and subject to change.


total 2023 revenue


total donations
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