Mosaic has a deep-seated philanthropic aspiration that is driven by a clear understanding and belief that being in business brings with it a responsibility to contribute to the community that blesses you with the gift of being in business.
Imagine going to your doctor for a check-up because you’ve noticed tingling in your hands and legs. After some tests, he tells you that you have incurable MS. Imagine opening the door late one night to see your daughter and her two children standing there, your daughter’s face bleeding and bruised; after years of physical and psychological abuse, she’s finally left her husband. Imagine living with a family member who for years has suffered from eating disorders and you feel powerless as you watch them become sicker and sicker. Imagine living in abject poverty, where your parents aren’t educated and can’t provide for your most basic needs, so they sell you as a child sex slave to feed the rest of the family because they see no other option. How would your life change; and what would you do?
All these stories are from real people. As much as it would like to, Mosaic can’t respond to every request for help. However, the Mosaic Foundation will provide a platform that will assist Mosaic in the determination of who and how it offers support. To this end, the Mosaic Foundation will invest time, energy, expertise and money in selected Not-For-Profits (NFP) that are focused on helping people who, through no fault of their own, find themselves at a disadvantage. The Mosaic Foundation will assist selected NFP’s to become more robust and sustainable so they can continue to serve the community well into the future.
Please click on any of the below links to find out more about what we feel passionate about, and feel free to join us in raising funds. Please click here to read more about our involvement with various charitable organisations and with the local communities we are working in.
Destiny Rescue‘s vision is to rescue the sexually exploited and enslaved, restore the abused, protect the vulnerable, empower the poor and be a voice for those who can’t speak for themselves.
They currently operate various programs in Thailand, Cambodia, the Philippines and India. Since 2011, they’ve rescued nearly 2,000 enslaved children, helped keep hundreds more from entering the sex trade through prevention programs, ensured justice for those who have been wronged and raised awareness to untold numbers.
Until no more children are sold, forced or coerced into the sex trade, Destiny Rescue is fully committed to fighting for their freedom, their restoration and their futures.
To learn more and donate click here https://www.destinyrescue.org.au/.
Domestic violence doesn’t start in the first week of a relationship. It takes years of control and manipulation to get to that point, including emotional, psychological, financial and spiritual abuse, strong intimidation and isolation from family, friends and support networks. All the refuges and shelters are at full capacity, and the domestic violence and homeless response services are struggling to keep up with the flow of incoming calls from people in crisis. Prevention is the best cure.
Across Australia, there are 7.2 million spare rooms in private homes that are vacant for 90% of the year. Safe Haven Community maintains a national database of security-vetted community members that donate their spare rooms to someone that needs a safe place to stay. Together we offer a nurturing and supportive environment for up to three months and connect our guests to a network of professional to offer guidance in building a better future free from fear and abuse. Their Placement Team and Case Workers ensure that everyone is safe and happy for the duration of the stay. Everyone’s safety is our highest priority.
To learn more and find out how you can help click here https://safehavencommunity.com.au/.
MS QLD exists to help people living with multiple sclerosis get the best out of life; to advocate for change and to search for a cure. MS QLD provides information, education, treatment, care and support across Queensland.To learn more and donate please click here.
To read the recommendation from Lincoln Hopper, CEO click here.
endED is a not for profit community support organisation established on the Sunshine Coast, that is offering hope and guidance to the parents and carers of people with an eating disorder. ED is a huge issue in Australia and unfortunately the majority of the medical fraternity do not know how to treat ED. endED provide the opportunity on the Sunshine Coast for carers to gather together in a support group on a regular basis and provide care and support for each other. They also support a full time mentor for people suffering from ED.
To learn more and find out how you can help click here.
HELP Enterprises delivers market-leading products and services that add value for their customers, while creating employment opportunities and support for people with disability, and other disadvantaged groups. They are committed to enhancing people’s lives.To learn more and find out how you can help click here. To watch the video testimonial by David Melloy of HELP Enterprises click here.
Multicap QLD offers individual and group day programs, supported employment, respite, social support and much more to people with a disability. Their passion is for every individual’s right to connect and realise the possibilities available to them.To learn more and donate please click here. To read the recommendation from Joanne Jessop, CEO click here.
Vanguard Laundry Services have built a custom, state-of-the-art commercial laundry aimed at delivering significant economic and environmental savings for their customers. They employ people who have experienced mental illness and struggle to get back into the workforce.To learn more and find out how you can help click here.