It’s the season of giving, and Mosaic employees are doing just that on Tuesday, Dec. 5. The third and final Mosaic Cares Day of 2023 is focused on giving back to local communities. Mosaic employees will volunteer across North America at partner organizations focused on education, services to the elderly, food donation and more.

“We know giving back at a local level can often have the biggest impact,” said Chris Johnson, Sr. Social Responsibility Specialist. “This is a time of year where so many people need our help. We’re grateful to so many of our employees for giving their time and talents to these organizations.”

Learn more below about where our employees will be volunteering throughout the United States and Canada.


Louis & Gloria Flanzer Boys & Girls Club: The Louis & Gloria Flanzer Boys & Girls Club opened in 2018 and serves 75 children in DeSoto County. The Boys & Girls Clubs help students achieve their full potential through youth development programs outside of school. Mosaic employees will facilitate activities including arts and crafts, STEM games, trivia and more for club members.

PACE Center for Girls: Pace provides girls with academic education, leadership and life skills, career preparation and mental health services. The Bradenton location has served more than 1,500 girls since it opened in 1989. Mosaic volunteers will wrap holiday gifts and provide career and leadership education.

Volunteers in Service to the Elderly (VISTE): Located in Lakeland, VISTE’s mission is to serve at-risk seniors by enabling them to remain safe and independent in their own homes. VISTE provides services for more than 4,100 seniors in Lakeland, Bartow, Mulberry and Fort Meade. Our employee volunteers will assist with groceries, serve hot meals, sort goods and deliver flowers.

Nu-Hope Elder Care: Nu-Hope is a nonprofit that allows seniors to remain safe and independent in their own homes by providing in-home nutrition and support services. Mosaic employees will help decorate for the holidays and lead games and crafts.

ZooTampa: ZooTampa is a 63-acre nonprofit zoo that has been recognized by the State of Florida as the center for Florida wildlife conservation and biodiversity. Mosaic employees will volunteer with horticulture, maintenance and general upkeep of zoo grounds.


St. James Parish’s Annual Toy and Coat DriveMosaic employees will help wrap donations for families in need in preparation for the upcoming drive.


On-site volunteering for Children’s Minnesota: Employees at Mosaic’s Plymouth location will be doing on-site volunteering by constructing fleece blankets that will be donated to Children’s Minnesota.

New Mexico

CARC Inc.: CARC is dedicated to providing services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Mosaic employees will volunteer at CARC by assisting with daily activities and providing companionship for individuals at their facility.


St. Luke’s Community Christmas Lunch: Volunteers will assist with preparing, cooking and serving a warm meal for students and their families. Mosaic employees will also transform the gym into a winter wonderland.

Souls Harbour Rescue Mission Christmas Lunch: This lunch is an annual tradition for a growing number of people in need. Mosaic volunteers will help cook, serve and celebrate the Christmas season with those attending.

Albert Community School: The Albert Community Schools hosts an annual pajama drive for students at the school. Mosaic volunteers will donate and deliver new pajamas to students.

Dress For Success: Dress for Success empowers women to get prepared for interviews, career training and mentorship by ensuring they have professional outfits to wear. Employees will deliver donated clothes to Dress for Success on Mosaic Cares Day.

YWCA Winter Gear Collection: The YWCA provides a safe place for women and children to stay and access support. On Mosaic Cares Day, Mosaic employees will deliver donated winter clothing to the YWCA for their clients to use in the cool winter months ahead.

SaskAbilities: Volunteers from Mosaic’s Diverse Abilities Employee Inclusion Network (EIN) will be volunteering at SaskAbilties to assist their day program with holiday decorating and present wrapping. SaskAbilities supports people with disabilities with programs and services to enhance their lives.

Riverside Mission: Riverside Mission is a safe and warm place for Moose Jaw’s most vulnerable to go for rest and services. Mosaic employees will be spreading Christmas cheer by cooking a Christmas dinner for clients of Riverside Mission.

Moose Jaw Transition House: Moose Jaw Transition House provides women and children who are fleeing abusive or violent situations with a safe place to go. Mosaic employees will collect and deliver donated household goods to residents.

Esterhazy Library: There is a Free Little Pantry at the Esterhazy Library that provides residents with non-perishable food items, hygiene products and school supplies for children. Mosaic employees will sort, pack and deliver items to go into the pantry.

P.J. Gillen School: The elementary school in Esterhazy has a breakfast program for students to access. On Mosaic Cares Day, employees will be baking muffins for the breakfast program.

Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre: Mosaic employees from our Colonsay site will spend Mosaic Cares Day building emergency food hampers for the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre. The hampers provide people with two to three days’ worth of food for anyone in need of it in the Saskatoon area.

Don’t miss a thing on Mosaic Cares Day. Be sure to follow us on social media at @MosaicInCanada and @mosaicfloridaphosphate, or use the #MosaicCaresDay hashtag.