Mosaic announced its nationwide $63 million campaign, Called to be Bold. The nationwide campaign aims to build Mosaic’s capacity to provide high quality, personalized services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, seniors, and other people with diverse needs. Called to be Bold is built upon Mosaic’s strategic plan to conquer today’s challenges, transform the organization, and be prepared for the future. The campaign focuses on three priorities: providing personalized services and ensuring long-term financial stability; expanding networks of support to give more people the opportunity to be included in communities around the world; and ensuring people have all of the services they need to live a full life.
According to Linda Timmons, president and chief executive officer of Mosaic, the campaign reinforces Mosaic’s goal to provide individualized, whole-person care and support services to consumers. With the support and generosity of leadership donors, Mosaic launches its campaign having raised more than $38 million, 61% of its overall goal. Mosaic is excited about the incredible momentum and the impact these gift dollars will have on so many lives.
Mosaic is a whole-person health care organization reaching across 11 states and providing supports to more than 4,500 people. Services empower people with disabilities, mental and behavioral health needs, and autism, as well as aging adults to live their best life. Mosaic is an affiliated social ministry organization of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and a member of Lutheran Services in America. Mosaic is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
This was reported by Mosaic on September 24, 2019.
Contact information: Randall Donner, Communications Senior Professional, Mosaic National Supports, 4980 South 118th Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68137; 402-896-3884, Ext. 31169; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: www.mosaicinfo.org