This Kansas City couple combined having fun with friends and family with doing good for others. People supported by Mosaic benefit with gifts at Christmas.
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.
After much searching, Jay’s mother Marie found Mosaic, the right place that tailored his supports to his unique needs and wants.
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.
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.
Mosaic is celebrating National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month by sharing stories of connection. Today’s story is from Mosaic in Northern Colorado and how they changed the look of their annual a Christmas pageant.
What happened was a mix of circumstance, luck and a bit of divine intervention.
Wouldn’t it be great if that were the norm for all people with disabilities? March is National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. Our theme at Mosaic is about CONNECTION.