Nationwide Campaign Builds Mosaic’s Capacity to Provide Personalized Services

On Sept. 17, 2019, Mosaic publicly launched its Called to be Bold comprehensive campaign with a reception and dinner at the Hilton Omaha.

It was an historic evening for the organization, and Mosaic was pleased to welcome many longtime donors and friends to the celebration.

Called to be Bold is a $63 million campaign built upon Mosaic’s strategic plan to conquer today’s challenges, transform the organization and be prepared for the future.

The Called to be Bold campaign focuses on three priorities: providing personalized services and ensuring long-term financial stability; expanding networks of support to give more people the opportunity to be included in communities around the world; and ensuring people have all of the services they need to live a full life.

“Mosaic, like all healthcare organizations, is experiencing rapid changes in funding and regulations,” said Mosaic President and CEO Linda Timmons. “Yet we remain steadfast in our commitment to provide personalized services to people with diverse needs.

“We are truly called to be bold, seeking new and innovative ideas and partnering with others who share our vision of serving the whole person and helping people live their best life as active members of the larger community.”

Thanks to the generosity of leadership donors, Mosaic launched its campaign having raised more than $38 million, 61% of the overall goal.

Since the Sept. launch, that number has grown to more than $40 million.

“Community donors and partners have helped Mosaic build a century-long history of standing in the gap and meeting people’s needs,” Timmons said. “The Called to be Bold campaign will build on that tradition, and Mosaic will meet the changing needs and expectations of people today.”

Mosaic is excited about this incredible momentum and the impact these gift dollars will have on so many lives.

“As bold leaders, bold partners, and bold friends, together we will change people’s lives,” Timmons said.

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