Mosaic Family Services will celebrate 25 years as a safe haven for survivors of human rights abuses. Each year Mosaic hosts the “Champion of Human Rights” Gala to honor an organization or individual who has contributed to advancing human rights in North Texas. This year we are thrilled to honor the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) Greater Dallas Section with the Champion of Human Rights Award. Past honorees include Luis CdeBaca, Ambassador-at-Large to Combat Trafficking in Persons; Libby Spears, director of “Playground”, a film about the child sex trade; and Dallas City Councilwoman Jennifer Gates. Mosaic was founded by Dr. Walter Nguyen after he was rescued and brought to the United States as a refugee from Vietnam. Mosaic serves survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence and refugees fleeing warfare. Their services include shelter, counseling, client advocacy, legal representation and community education. Mosaic creates access to opportunities for survivors, empowering them towards independence. With a multicultural staff speaking over 25 languages and comprehensive services, Mosaic reaches nearly 25,000 people each year through direct services and outreach. We honor the NCJW for more than 100 years of dedication to improving the lives of the underserved through community building and service. We are truly grateful for their partnership in continuing our legacy of care. Please join us in honoring the inspiring work of the NCJW and the legacy of Mosaic Family Services!
For more information, visit http://mosaicservices.org/events/