Since 1968, the Women’s Auxiliary has communicated the important work of Mozaic Senior Life to the local community and contributed valuable volunteer and financial resources. Their fundraising efforts have played an essential role in furthering Mozaic Senior Life’s mission and standard of health.
The overriding mission of the Women’s Auxiliary is to nurture, enhance and support quality of life initiatives for Residents and clients of Mozaic Senior Life. To fulfill its mission, the Women’s Auxiliary enhances services, develops life enriching programs and works with the professional staff to address the constantly changing needs of the Residents.
Integral to the basic mission are the following charges:
Throughout the year, the Women’s Auxiliary offers a variety of activities and events that appeal to a diverse membership and the broader community. These include the Spring Luncheon & Boutique, Fall Gala, Membership Meeting, Oneg Shabbat Celebrations, and other outreach programs. For over 50 years, the dedication and creativity of members have enabled the Auxiliary to contribute over six million dollars to Mozaic Senior Life. These funds have helped ensure that the Residents receive special services, recreational activities and religious and cultural programs, both within and beyond our campus. We are incredibly proud of our contributions and knowing that we make a daily difference in the lives of Residents and clients.
With fundraising dollars, the Women’s Auxiliary contributes to the following programs through annual allocations:
Members of the Women’s Auxiliary are informed, concerned and involved, and represent the Jewish community within and beyond Fairfield County. Our members create and take part in educational, cultural and social programs that advance the interests of Mozaic Senior Life, help cultivate future lay leadership and provide a sense of personal fulfillment.
Please note: All Life Memberships may be paid over three years
Please contact us at 203-396-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any issues using the donation form below.