Mercy in the City is a nonprofit organization that focuses on bringing quality, sustainable, and affordable housing options to minority, refugee, and displaced communities in Kansas City. Mercy in the City will not only create housing options, they will also provide vocational and life-skills training to help the minority, refugee, and displaced communities in Kansas City as they integrate into the communities where they live. We hope by providing housing options and training, we can help these community members become an essential and active part of the community in Kansas City.
We are in the process of receiving our 501(c)3. While we wait for this certificate from the IRS, all donations made will not be tax deductible. Once we receive our 501(c)3, this will change. We do apologize for any inconvenience and are very thankful for any and all donations during the waiting period.
Mercy in the City hopes to see a world where refugees, minorities, and displaced persons are welcomed in communities. We desire to see communities become more than just neighbors – they become friends.
The mission of Mercy in the City is to create affordable and sustainable housing for refugees, minorities, and displaced persons. Mercy in the City will also provide vocational and life skills training for integration into the communities where they live and job opportunities to cultivate self-sufficiency.
Extend Mercy by putting kindness and compassion in action.
Create Hope for a better future through sustainable housing and life-skills training.
Give Dignity by letting all we encounter know their worth.
Establish Family by providing a sense of belonging to all and helping families get settled into their new home.
Provide Work by putting our hands to the work of mercy and helping others do the same.
Here at Mercy in the City, we seek to not only provide quality homes, but we also seek to help initiatives where these homes are sustainable and affordable to those living there. We seek to see our neighbors and community members have dignity. We hope by offering vocational and life-skills training, job opportunities, and affordable housing, we can help establish dignity back into our community members and help them find their place in our community.