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October 2020 Quarterly E-Newsletter

October 2020 Quarterly E-Newsletter

Read about all the news and happenings at House of Mercy in our October 2020 Quarterly Newsletter! If you haven't already, subscribe on our website to get future e-newsletters and announcements!

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Volunteer Appreciation Night 2020

Volunteer Appreciation Night 2020

A heartfelt thanks to all our volunteers who are the backbone of our organization.  Without YOU, we would not be able to continue with our mission of mercy. Volunteers and partners came together in-person and via Zoom to celebrate our wonderful volunteers...

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FY20 Annual Report

FY20 Annual Report

15 years ago, House of Mercy began a mission to serve the poor and hungry in the Northern Virginia community.  With your help, we have continued that mission through good times and bad. This past fiscal year was no exception with the challenges of a global...

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Knights fund new fridge for Manassas food pantry

Knights fund new fridge for Manassas food pantry

The Knights of Columbus Our Lady of the Rosary Council 12982 donated $11,500 to the House of Mercy Food Bank in Manassas last month, the largest donation the council has made since its existence. The funds will go toward purchasing commercial grade, walk-in...

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House of Mercy to Re-Open Thrift Store and Donation Center

House of Mercy to Re-Open Thrift Store and Donation Center

Manassas, Virginia - House of Mercy is excited to announce the re-opening of the Thrift Store and Donation Center beginning on Monday, June 15, 2020. Hours will be limited to begin with and new guidelines for shopping and donating will be in effect. All hours,...

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House of Mercy steps up facemask production for hospitals

House of Mercy steps up facemask production for hospitals

Since 2005, House of Mercy has been servicing the NoVA community through their food pantry and thrift store, but recently, their efforts have shifted to something new: making masks for local healthcare workers. The idea came in part from executive director Jessica...

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