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GET INVOLVED

HOW YOUR SUPPORT MAKES A DIFFERENCE:

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With your support, our programs have equipped over 200,000 people with the tools to dismantle prejudice in their communities.

75+ undergraduate and graduate student interns

100,000+ people reached by Next Generation

90,000+ people reached by UofMosaic

10,000+ people reached by our public engagement initiatives

"Mosaic Institute taught me how my small efforts can make a big difference."

- Next Gen Program participant

HOW YOU CAN HELP:

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Your support is vital to helping the Mosaic Institute work collaboratively and to fill needed gaps in the work to dismantle prejudice. Whether you choose to contribute monthly or with a one-time gift, you’ll be investing in a safer, healthier, more equitable world for everyone.

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You can become a corporate partner by making a company donation, hosting or sponsoring an event, or working with us to develop a unique partnership that not only helps achieve your organization's goals, but drives forward the necessary work to create a more equitable and prosperous society for all.

Working Together

Staff giving programs allow employees to make donations through a payroll deduction or where your employer will match any donations you make to charitable organizations. If your workplace is registered, you are able to give to Mosaic through either Benevity or CanadaHelps.

Stock Exchange

Donating publicly traded securities (shares or mutual funds) to the Mosaic Institute offers a tax-smart way of making a gift. When you transfer the securities in-kind to the Mosaic Institute, your donation is exempt from capital gains tax and you will receive a charitable receipt for the full market value of the donated security.

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You can create a powerful legacy of social change and dismantling prejudice by naming the Mosaic Institute in your Will, life insurance, registered retirement savings funds (RRSPs or RRIFs), or by making a gift of securities. These types of unrestricted gifts are an incredible way to support Mosaic's work into the future.

Charitable Information

Legal Name: The Mosaic Institute for Harnessing Diversity 

Charitable Registration Number: 85627-9617-RR0001

Tax Receipts

All donations over $20 are eligible for a tax receipt and can be in either a personal or business name. We process tax receipts monthly but are happy to make exceptions. Please contact Abigail Shakespeare, Manager of Development at development@mosaicinstitute.ca for any support.

Donor Rights & Policies

View our Privacy Policy or Donor Bill of Rights.

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A word from our co-founder Vahan Kololian

STUDENTS

We offer students impactful placement opportunities at Canadian universities or colleges for course credit across a variety of subjects.

These subjects include political science, conflict studies, global affairs, communications, development and education.

We are always looking for new ways to connect with new students. If you are a student interested in completing your placement with Mosaic, please email us at info@mosaicinstitute.ca. We ask that you include your resume, cover letter and a way to contact your university or college’s internship/placement coordinator. 

 

If you are an internship/placement coordinator interested in partnering with the Mosaic Institute, please contact Rachel Mansell, VP, Operations at rm@mosaicinstitute.ca 

Mosaic currently has internship partnerships with: 

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PARTNERSHIPS

We collaborate with institutional partners to maximize our impact and amplify community voices.

If your work is aligned with our mission to equip people with the tools to dismantle prejudice in their own communities, we'd love to hear from you. Contact development@mosaicinstitute.ca to get the conversation started.

Past institutional partners include:

  • Amnesty International Canada

  • EU Conference on European Security

  • G20 “Think20"

  • Human Rights Watch

  • Oxford University, Ryerson University, York University

  • UN Religious Harmony, Economic & Social Affairs, Environment

CAREERS

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Fellows for our Next Generation Program

Volunteer Position: Junior Fellows, Next Gen Program
Position Type:  Student Volunteer (can fulfill mandated high school community service hours based on Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) requirements) 

Contract Duration: 6 months
Position Start Date:  January 10th, 2023 
Position End Date:  June 28th, 2023 
Interview Dates: Between January 3rd – 6th, 2022
Mandatory Orientation:  January 10th, 2021
Orientation Duration:  3 hours (Preparation work required) 

Want to learn more? View the full application description here.