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a message from the president

Reflecting on 2020

2020 was, without question, one of the most challenging years ever for Mercy Housing Mountain Plains (MHMP) residents and staff. The health problems caused by the COVID crisis, and related loss of life, employment, socialization, and recreation took its toll on our community.

 
 
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"I've taken COVID and made some lemonade!

This has been Sylvia’s motto at Page Commons senior community in Gilbert, Arizona, as of late. This lively senior has not let COVID slow her pace or dampen her spirits. Instead, she looks for the good in everything and finds ways to stay active and healthy through these uncertain times.

Family Bonds

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41

Properties

3,026

Apartment homes

6,016

Residents

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mercy housing mountain plains impact report

Connections

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Portfolio by
unit type

55%    Family
40%    Senior
6%    Supportive

Mercy Housing Mountain Plains Footprint

In 2020, Mercy Housing Mountain Plains increased food services

41%

helping residents access essential items through onsite food pantries.

Mercy Housing Mountain Plains operates in seven states comprising the following regions:

Mercy Housing Colorado
Mercy Housing Southwest
Mercy Housing Midwest

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Feeding Thousands

In 2020, millions of Americans lost their jobs and are reeling from a total loss of income. Those who call Mercy Housing home are no exception. In fact, many Mercy Housing residents are some of the most vulnerable to the effects of these unprecedented times.

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People Making a Difference

People stepped up in amazing ways across the Mountain Plains to provide much-needed support in 2020. Every contribution is appreciated, and you are truly making a difference in the lives of so many residents!

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Virtual Gatherings and Giving in 2020

While our fundraisers during the pandemic were all virtual, support for Mercy Housing Mountain Plains did not waiver. In fact, it was stronger than ever!