We are thrilled to announce that we recently gave our Community Builder Award to Dana Murdoch, Partner at Stemwedel Murdoch Architecture. Dana was the architect who headed up the American Indian Family Center renovation project, and she was instrumental in the planning and implementation of this effort, donating more than 160 hours of her time and expertise. Each year, Rebuilding Together Twin Cities gives the Community Builder Award to an individual, corporation or organization that best exemplifies dedicated service and unparalleled leadership to communities in need. Congratulations and thank you Dana!
Last month, Rebuilding Together Twin Cities recognized the Mosaic Company with the Twin Cities Community Builder Award. This award is given to an individual, corporation or organization which best exemplifies dedicated service and unparalleled leadership to communities in need. The Mosaic Company was selected to receive this award because they work to incorporate volunteerism and giving back into the culture of their organization. Employees regularly volunteer with Rebuilding Together, serving on the Board of Directors, helping with volunteer coordination and making repairs for low-income homeowners, and they consistently look for ways to do more for those in need, often going above and beyond what is required to complete a home repair project. In addition to sponsoring large home repair projects in 2008, 2009 and 2010, the Mosaic Company recently committed to contribute $90,000 to RTTC over three years. Employees pledged an additional $10,000, making the total contribution from Mosaic $100,000. Thank you to the Mosaic Company for all they have done to help us help more homeowners in need! We are thrilled to continue this partnership!