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Mercy Community Capital

Since 1983, Mercy Community Capital, a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), has provided capital to socially responsible developers in support of affordable housing and essential community projects. 

The community kitchen at a Denver Community funded by Mercy Community Capital.


Homes for Crow Nation

Mercy Community Capital provided a $1 million loan to Apsáalooke Nation Housing Authority (ANHA) for the preservation of 31 affordable housing rental units consisting of a 14-unit property for seniors, one duplex for families, and 15 single-family homes. These scattered-site properties are spread throughout the Crow Nation reservation in Big Horn County, Montana, housing 113 Native American residents with incomes between 30-60% of AMI.

This loan provided funding for the rehabilitation of homes where there is not enough electricity to provide adequate heating, roofs are leaking, and unsafe flooring is commonplace.

This is MCC’s first loan to ANHA, whose goal is to create and maintain safe, sustainable, and culturally enriched housing solutions for Crow Tribal members. Residents are also provided enriched services, including financial counseling and financial literacy classes, transportation services, and youth programs.

MCC created or preserved 4,966 homes, serving

11,036 residents

2023 Impact

8,930 Residents in Family Properties

1,410 Seniors

417 Formerly Homeless 

180 Special Needs

99 Veterans

For every $1 invested, MCC helped to create or preserve


of affordable housing

Households saved

$51  million

compared to how much they would have paid for market-rate rent, or for homeowners,  average market sale price.


MCC Board

Tom Byers
Cedar River Group

Jaime Gomez

Colorado Housing and Finance Authority

Jaya Johnson
Mercy Housing, Inc.

Sister  Marilín Llanes, OP
Adrian Dominican Sisters

Timothy Martin
Enterprise Community Loan Fund

John Powell
Bellwether Enterprise Real Estate

Noni Ramos (Chair)
Housing Trust of Silicon Valley

 Catalina Vielma
Boston Financial Investment Management

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