A great community partnership brings Mosaic artists’ work to the public in the Freedom of Expression exhibit.
Mark had made funeral plans because he thought he wouldn’t survive after a serious health issue. But the right support from Mosaic helped him not just survive, but thrive.
The Rev. Dr. David deFreese has been associated with Mosaic’s ministry in different ways since his childhood. He is soon retiring after serving 10 years as Mosaic’s Vice President of Church Relations and International Programming. Read his reflections about the ministry.
GivingTuesday celebrates the truth every person has something they can share with others–a talent, a kind word, a financial gift, volunteer time and more. GivingTuesday is coming soon, and generous Mosaic donors are matching the financial gifts Mosaic receives that day.
It’s Direct Support Professional Recognition Week. One week isn’t really enough to recognize the awesome people who are DSPs and the vital work they do. Learn why this week is so important at Mosaic.
Daisy didn’t like living on her own or living in a group home. She found the perfect lifestyle on an acreage with her Mosaic at Home provider, Milissa. Daisy’s life has blossomed with new opportunities!
The summer 2022 edition of Promise, Mosaic’s national magazine, is now on our website. Read more stories of people we serve with intellectual and developmental disabilities leading bold lives, our latest advocacy efforts and more.
Phyllis House and Peggy Nolan, people supported by Mosaic, have both survived cancer. Their senses of humor helped them stay strong in the battle.
Growing social media phenomenon Chef Adam Libby has brought happiness to others through his videos and cooking demos. Recently, he was honored at the national Cheer Choice Awards!