Serving people seems like a simple thing to do, and it is. But it also has to be supported by a complex system of processes to meet the requirements of receiving government funding. Learn a little about what that means at Mosaic.
Generosity attracts generosity. We’ve seen that come alive in Mosaic donors and volunteers many times. It certainly is true of longtime Mosaic donors and volunteers Conrad and Cheryl Swanson.
After the first time he donated, the Red Cross sent Dustin a letter saying his O positive blood type was Cytomegalovirus (CMV) negative–an extremely rare type of blood that can be given to newborns. “Dustin was so happy. We knew he could save a baby’s life,” his mother said.
Mosaic’s purpose statement says, “We are called to love and serve.” If Mildred had a formal purpose statement, we imagine it would say the same thing. Mildred’s life has been about loving and serving people, both those who are close to her and many she has never even met.