Tue, 05/22/2018
Mosaic in Southeast Texas

The Moody Gardens Convention Center in Galveston, Texas was jam-packed celebrating the 32nd Annual Mardi Gras Ball for Special People on Jan. 28. Mosaic was there to enjoy food, face painting, costume characters, dance contests, music and more!

Thu, 05/17/2018
Mosaic in Dallas

Dear friends, 

Spring is in the air! The flowers are blooming and spring is well under way. For me, this time of year serves as a reminder of the work at Mosaic. There are times when we get so involved and invested in the work we do to provide the best services possible that we forget to stop, smell the roses, and remember why we do what we do – the people we serve. 

Thu, 05/17/2018
Mosaic in Dallas

It takes a special heart to do the work that our direct support staff does. One particular staff member that stands out is Nash, who works in one of our men’s group homes. Nash started with Mosaic seven years ago, and quickly noticed that one of the men, named Butch, had no family members come and visit him. 

Thu, 05/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

I am grateful for the new beginning spring offers. When the trees bloom, I like to think of it as a celebration after the cold winter months. We recently had our Partners in Possibilities luncheon, and I had the opportunity to share our celebrations and challenges. Just like our spring weather, we have some amazing days and then some that are a bit more rainy and cold! 

Over the past year, the generous support from our community has allowed us to continue fulfilling our mission, and we are blooming! 

Thu, 05/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

National Volunteer Appreciation Week was April 15-21, and, in celebration, we have chosen to shine a spotlight on a volunteer who exemplifies generosity through contributions of time, talent and treasure, and inspires others to share their gifts. 

Rhonda Gray 

Thu, 05/17/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

Mosaic in Northern Colorado is fortunate to have some of the best staff and providers in the area. They are great at learning our clients’ needs and providing the type of supports that work best for each person. In an effort to show how much we appreciate the long hours, extra miles, and commitment shown to those we serve, we have chosen to shine a spotlight on an individual who deserves recognition. 

Donna Bairey 

Wed, 05/09/2018
Mosaic in Northern Colorado

Mosaic in Northern Colorado hosted their 7th annual Partners in Possibilities fundraising luncheon at the Hilton Fort Collins on April 18, welcoming nearly 70 community members and raising $29,000 to support local services. The program featured artwork and musical performance by people supported and testimony from a parent.

The Partners in Possibilities luncheon is the organization’s primary fundraiser. Mosaic in Northern Colorado is 96 percent funded by Medicaid, and must raise the difference through donations from the community.

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