GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - On Tuesday, Mosaic celebrated 100 years of service, service that started in the small town of Axtell, Nebraska and eventually spread throughout the nation.
The non-profit foundation has been a part of Grand Junction since 1986. They provide support services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, giving them hope for their future, and evry year, they've continued to grow.
"In the last year, we've had over 160 people come through just to learn about the mission of Mosaic through our stories," said Cheryl Wicks, community relations manager. "We are just finding just great resources in the community. People really want to get involved, and we feel very blessed with the support we've gotten from the community of Grand Junction."
Mosaic serves 57 children and adults in the Western Slope and employs 22 staff members. If you would like to learn more about becoming a volunteer, visit their website listed below.
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