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Rose and Jude Bernard had three teenage children when they became home providers with Mosaic for three toddlers who later were adopted into the family.
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.
Three little ones recently gained a “forever family” thanks to their child development home providers (now adoptive parents), Rose and Jude Bernard. Your gifts help make stories like these happen.
Matt’s parents struggled with repeatedly finding new services for him due to violent behaviors, but his story has a happy ending. After he moved into a Mosaic home just over three years ago, everything changed. Matt’s mom called it “a complete turnaround” for her son.
Matt had “complete turnaround” with Mosaic. His story is one example of our purpose—to love and serve—coming to life. Your support makes stories like his happen.
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