Phoenix Community Development Corporation
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review
200 Professional Dr Ste 400 % Dennis B Lisbon Gaithersburg MD 20879 USA
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Great Group! Mercy for Me's actions speak louder than any words I could write but I'll try. This group does what they say they are going to do! They have already begun to give grants to military heroes in need. They ran a campaign in August, it's only September and grants have already been given out and the really cool thing is that they did not wait to get the August Campaign donations from GlobalGiving before making grants to our heroes in need.
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Military heroes in need.
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There was a need.
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Their work is unique in that it provides actual grant dollars to people in need. When people are in going through a hardship what they need most is money. Mercy for Me provides grants for basic living expenses.
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