In early June, Metro Vancouver employees held a two-day book sale with all proceeds donated to MOSAIC’s Short-Term Literacy Class for Women with Child-Minding, part of our Surrey Project for Refugee Families program. The book sale raised $1,571.70!
MOSAIC joined in on the fun and held a book draw with the lucky winner, Maria Tylman, winning a beautiful edition of “BC People, Portraits of Diversity in BC”.
Julie Lamb, Christine Norquist, and Bettina Lindenbach, the book sale organizers, came to visit MOSAIC’s new Head Office at 5575 Boundary Road in Vancouver. Meeting with our Senior Manager of Fund Development, Susan Rae, and other team members, they were able to see our new space and have a photo with staff to thank them again for supporting their community!
Metro Vancouver is a federation of 21 municipalities, one Electoral Area and one Treaty First Nation that collaboratively plans for and delivers regional-scale services. To learn more, please visit metrovancouver.org.
BC People is a 130+ page full colour book that showcases the diverse people, places, and cultural histories of BC. Click here to download the free PDF version.
The Surrey Project for Refugee Families provides services related to settlement, employment and language skills for refugee families. Clients who visit the centre will receive individual assessment and be provided with information and referrals for assistance. Adults, youth and children are all welcome. To learn more, please visit mosaicbc.org/surreyproject.