April Mosaic Fundraiser

Heartbeat of Hope
An African Drumming Experience


We are excited to say that Meyer Conradie (CEO and Co-Founder) will be coming to the US in April to attend fundraisers in a couple of different states.  He will be joined
by two special guests who will share their stories at the Mosaic events.

Our first guest Nozuko is a Mosaic mother and the manager of Mosaic’s second location in Paarl Valley.  Our second guest is Pretty who was one of Mosaic children that moved into a Mosaic house in 2010.  She has grown and thrived in Mosaic’s first community in Potchefstroom.  They will share their stories of how Mosaic has impacted their life at the events.

Please join us at one of our events!


Thursday, April 4th 6:00pm
Downingtown Country Club
Downingtown, PA


Thursday, April 11th 6:00pm
Fleur Des Lis Event Center
Mandeville, LA


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Housewarming Parties

Mosaic Paarl had housewarming parties for five families before they moved into their new houses.

Many of these families are moving from a shack with no running water, no electricity and no bathroom.  It is so exciting to see their lives being changed by moving into these modest three bedroom brick houses.

Click to see pictures and videos from the housewarming event.

Mission Trips

May 2018

A group of young adults from Hopewell UMC in Downingtown, PA traveled to South Africa in May 2018 to visit Mosaic Potch and Mosaic Paarl.

Read their blog…

October 2018

Another group from Hopewell UMC went to South Africa in October to help renovate the Mosaic Paarl Community center.

Read their blog…


2018 Growing Together Fundraisers

Thank you to everyone that participated in our March 2018 fundraisers!

We raised over $150,500 in both Pennsylvania and Louisiana.

The money raised will be used to
1)  purchase transpiration vehicle(s) for Mosaic Paarl
2)  fund programs used by the Mosaic families
3)  build the Port Elizabeth Community Center.