Who we serve:
200,000 Residents in 31 counties.
Mosaic Life Care Foundation is committed to building healthy, thriving communities for generations to come. We believe in championing education and empowering people to live their best lives. When healthcare is needed, we are dedicated to ensuring exceptional healthcare is available, right here in our region.
FY22 emPowerU Participation Days
FY22 Scholarship and Grant Dollars Awarded
FY22 Volunteer Hours
STEAM Camp Registration OpenChildren can spend part of their summer at Mosaic Life Care Foundation’s summer STEAM Camps engaging in fun, hands-on activities. Mosaic Life Care Foundation hosts weekly STEAM Camps at emPowerU
Lowell C. Kruse Scholarship OpenMosaic Life Care Foundation is now accepting applications for the Lowell C. Kruse Healthy Choices. Healthy Lives. Scholarship. This $10,000 scholarship provides financial assistance to a first-year, full-time graduate student
Children’s Discovery Center Exhibits Will Incorporate Local and Regional StoriesRegional community members can help incorporate regional stories into Mosaic Life Care Foundation’s Children’s Discovery Center. Feb. 20 – 23, the Foundation is hosting a series of Design Sessions that
Foundation Establishes Health Care Workforce Development ScholarshipMosaic Life Care Foundation has established a new health care workforce development scholarship available for regional high school students. The $1,500 renewable scholarship provides financial assistance to graduating high school
This is a wonderful opportunity for me as an individual, for the students and the community. We are fortunate to have these programs to help educate kids on various important topics and get them involved."
Nancy Ehlert, Circuit One Council Volunteer
I feel like I can do more because I am at this program. It makes me feel like I can do more outside of emPowerU and in our community."
Molly, Discovery Middle School
I never thought we could actually make a change in this world, but emPowerU has showed me we can."
emPowerU opened up a new mindset that kids our age can help people in our community and try to make it a better place."