The Mosaic in Omaha Golf Outing, sponsored by The Land Company was held on Monday, September 26 and raised $40,000 during the event. The golf tournament benefits the efforts of Mosaic, an organization that aims to help people with intellectual disabilities gain independence and access to community connections.
The outing had 110 golfers and 28 sponsors, including The Land Company who has been a presenting sponsor for the event for nearly two decades. Since beginning the sponsorship, The Land Company has helped Mosaic raise just over $500,000.
"The Mosaic in Omaha golf tournament is a treasured tradition, making it possible to raise additional funds to help Mosaic empower people to live full lives," said Nic Batterton, executive director of Mosaic in Omaha and Southeast Nebraska. "We look forward to continuing this tradition with our valued partner, The Land Company."
“It’s a humbling feeling to know that we’ve helped Mosaic achieve such a great fundraising total. The Land Company team is extremely passionate about the mission and values that Mosaic radiates throughout the greater Omaha community and we are proud supporters of their work,” said Dave Vogtman, Vice President of Omaha Operations including The Home Company, The Land Company and Premier Land Title Company.
Mosaic serves more than 5,200 people in 13 states and 750 communities. Mosaic services are tailored to meet individual needs and goals, allowing people to be as independent as possible. Services are designed for people with disabilities, mental and behavioral health needs and autism, as well as aging adults.