From collecting professional attire and preparing meals to participating in activities with individuals of diverse abilities, walking dogs, coastal clean-ups and more – Mosaic employees across North America volunteered in local operating communities on April 9 for our first Mosaic Cares Day of the year! Additional Mosaic Cares Days are planned in October, as part of Mosaic’s 20th anniversary celebration, and in December, to celebrate the season of giving.

Our first-ever Mosaic Cares Day was organized in Florida in October 2022 to support Hurricane Ian relief efforts in some of our hardest-hit operating areas. “Due to the positive response we received from employees and our community partners, Mosaic Cares Day was expanded across North America in 2023,” explains Sarah Fedorchuk, Vice President, Government and Public Affairs – North America. “It continues to be an opportunity for our employees to get involved, connect with each other and our mission, and learn about organizations that are making our communities better.”

For this recent Mosaic Cares Day, our employee volunteers were proud to partner with the following organizations:


  • AMIkids: Volunteers helped with a coastal clean-up event at Picnic Island Park organized by AMIkids, an organization dedicated to helping youth develop into responsible and productive citizens. Read more.
  • Emergency Care Help Organization (ECHO): Volunteers helped with cleanup, maintenance and other activities to assist ECHO, an organization that assists those who have suffered an emergency and need help with food and clothing.
  • Focus Academy: Volunteers engaged in various activities with participants of Focus Academy’s Focus Forward program, which is designed to enhance the lives, intrapersonal and employability skills, and independence of young adults with learning challenges.  Read more, then watch the video.

Mosaic employee volunteers did a coastal cleanup at Picnic Island Park in Florida.

Check out our Mosaic Cares Day video!


  • Greater Twin Cities United Way: Volunteers helped stock food shelves with culturally relevant food items, so people of all cultures have access to foods, flavors and spices they are familiar with.

New Mexico

  • Battered Families Shelter: Volunteers helped in the donation room and food pantry at Battered Families Shelter, a domestic violence shelter serving southeastern New Mexico.