Nov 19U.S. Bank partners with Mercy Housing for their national ‘Home Is’ campaign.
Denver, Colorado (11/14/14)–This year U.S. Bank has partnered with Mercy Housing as part of the Mercy Housing Home Is campaign. This campaign launches in November during National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week, and runs through the holiday season. The campaign will run from November 17, 2014 through January 9, 2015.
The National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week is held the week before Thanksgiving to allow individuals throughout America to reflect on what they are thankful for, and to create a time for them to show their compassion for their neighbors experiencing homelessness right in their own backyard. This year, National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week will be held from November 15-23, 2014.
U.S. Bank and Mercy Housing are committed to bringing a greater awareness to communities across the United States and helping promote the national endeavor to end hunger and homelessness. When people don’t have to worry about the safety and affordability of their home, they can focus on gaining new career skills, helping their children succeed in school, and becoming involved in their communities.
U.S. Bank has partnered with Mercy Housing this year through a commitment of up to $15,000 in donations. At U.S. Bank, Home Is means investing in your future. Individuals can register online for Financial Genius for Life. This financial education will allow individuals to build their own financial capability and help those in need begin their journey to financial stability. Through the partnership that U.S. Bank has made with Mercy Housing, they will donate $50 for every person who registers to explore the eight modules of financial education. Visit Homeis.org for more information regarding U.S. Bank and their free modules to ensure financial success.
Mercy Housing and U.S. Bank are committed to generate awareness and help create stable, vibrant and healthy homes for low- and moderate-income families, seniors, individuals, and people with special needs. Mercy Housing is redefining affordable housing by not only creating a stable foundation where residents can explore their potential, but also providing practical Resident Services such as health classes, financial education, employment initiatives, and parent and after-school programs for children. U.S. Bank is committed to helping bridge the gap and providing financial education to help those escape poverty and ensure a more financial stable life ahead. Visit MercyHousing.org or HomeIs.org for more information on the partnership between Mercy Housing and U.S. Bank this holiday season.
About Mercy Housing
Founded in 1981, Mercy Housing, a national not-for-profit affordable housing organization headquartered in Denver, has a presence in 41 states, serves more than 152,000 people on any given day and has participated in the development, financing or operation of more than 45,000 homes. Mercy Housing serves families, veterans, seniors and people with special needs (formerly homeless, people with HIV/AIDS and the developmentally disabled). For more information about Mercy Housing, please visit mercyhousing.org.
About U.S. Bank
U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB), with $321 billion in assets, is the parent company of U.S. Bank. U.S. Bank is the 5th largest commercial bank in the United States. The company operates 3,086 banking offices and 5,086 ATMs, and provides a comprehensive line of banking, brokerage, insurance, investment, mortgage, and trust and payment services products to consumers, businesses and institutions. U.S. bank is committed to their shareholders as well as their community. For more information about U.S. Bank, please visit www.usbank.com.
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