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This April, Mosaic Supports a Range of Community Events Around Asheville

Mosaic Reality takes great pride in supporting Asheville’s grassroots organizations, and April is chock full of community events Mosaic and its brokers champion. Join Mosaic in supporting these meaningful initiatives, and find out what makes Asheville’s nonprofits so integral to the fabric of our community. 

Joseph Ruiz Outward Bound

Doing Good Through Business

Through its community partnership Doing Good Through Business, Mosaic is teaming with Devil’s Foot Beverage Company to host a series of gatherings aimed at lifting up the work of various local nonprofit organizations around the Asheville area. Events will be held at The Mule, Devil’s Foot’s South Asheville location at 131 Sweeten Creek Road. On designated Thursdays from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., 15% of all bar sales for the evening will be donated to a local nonprofit organization, with a Mosaic broker and partner of that organization matching the donation. On April 6, Mosaic’s Joseph Ruiz will host a fundraiser for N.C. Outward Bound School (

Stacey Enos Just Play

On April 20, Mosaic’s Stacey Enos will host an event to support Just Play, an initiative aimed at broadening access to soccer for all ( Just Play WNC began as an initiative of Asheville City Soccer Club in 2018 to broaden access to soccer in the communities of WNC. Just Play strives to achieve this by breaking down systemic barriers in American soccer, starting in our own neighborhoods. Imagine every kid in our community having a soccer ball, pick up games in the street or any available space, and a style of play in Asheville that is as diverse and electric as the global game. Just Play is implemented through four pillars that focus on what makes the world’s game beautiful: it's simplicity.

I chose JP because the game of soccer has been instrumental in shaping and developing my life. Our motto at Just Play is "all you need is a ball". Our goal is to get a ball into every kid's hands. I would love to see kids juggling, kicking with a friend, or playing a street game. - Stacey Enos

Wilson Hood JDRF

On April 27, Mosaic’s Wilson Hood will host a fundraiser to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (  

My family was first introduced to the harsh realities of Type 1 diabetes when my sister was diagnosed in May of 2018, and once again when her 7 year old daughter was diagnosed less than a year later.  Admittedly I, nor anyone in our family, was aware of the challenges and obstacles that would follow for Sara Beth and Stella, not just in the coming weeks and months, but for the rest of their lives.  I am absolutely honored to be able to partner with JDRF.  Our hope and desire is to help shed light on the challenges faced by the families and individuals battling T1D, and to relentlessly pursue not only a cure for this incurable disease but relief for the unreasonable financial burden on these families fighting for survival.  And we are so grateful for your willingness to partner with us in that as well! - Wilson

Buncombe Partnership for Children’s Week of the Young Child 

Mosaic is a proud sponsor of this event celebrating children, families and early childhood educators. From April 2-8, the community is invited to enjoy a range of fun, free activities and events around Asheville, including participating in arts and crafts, mingling with the Asheville Tourists’ Mr. Moon, and meeting Appalachian Wildlife Refuge animals.

Inaugural Earth Day 5K

This Green Built Alliance event, taking place April 22 at West Asheville’s Carrier Park, is sponsored by Ward Caldwell, LeAnn Bound and Mosaic Realty. It includes a family-friendly 1-mile run, with all proceeds going to benefit the Appalachian Offsets program of Green Built Alliance, providing clean energy to local nonprofits and schools.

Green Built Alliance 5k

Western Women’s Business Center Eighth Annual Conference 

Mosaic’s LeAnn Bound is sponsoring this important event slated for April 13 at the Mission Health/A-B Tech Conference Center. Women entrepreneurs and emerging leaders from around the Asheville area will gather for a day of education, inspiration and connection, with the goal of creating powerful networks effecting positive economic change in our region.

Fourth Annual SPARC Creative Market 

Mosaic’s Trip Howell is hosting this April 22 event to support SPARC’s mission to keep residents of Western North Carolina healthy, safe and out of institutional care by providing education, employment and mentorship to strengthen the well-being and personal freedom of those in need. The SPARC Creative Market, which will be held at the SPARC Foundation (225 E Chestnut St.), features more than 30 local artist booths for a day of family-friendly fun.

Western North Carolina AIDS Project’s Dining Out for Life 

This annual event, to be held this year on April 27, is sponsored by Anthony Guthmiller and Mosaic. Partnering with the Asheville Independent Restaurant Association, Dining Out for Life encourages residents of Asheville and Western North Carolina to eat at participating restaurants, which will offer patrons an easy way to donate to WNCAP to support its life-saving mission of HIV prevention and care.


Asheville on Bikes Spring Out 

The 16th edition of this lively community ride event will take place April 29, from 1:30 to 7 p.m., and is sponsored by Mosaic. Encompassing multiple route options through town beginning and ending at Wedge at Foundation (5 Foundy St.), Spring Out will also feature a raffle and pop-up bike park.

Eighth Annual Woodfin 5K

This run/walk hosted by Woodfin Elementary School will be held April 29 at 9 a.m., and is sponsored by Mosaic’s Gus Mujica. Since 2014, the Read-Write-Run event has raised more than $50,000 to support classrooms from kindergarten through 4th grade.

North Asheville Little League

This year, Mosaic’s Caley Bowman is a season-long sponsor of the North Asheville Little League. With a focus on having fun, developing skills, and learning the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship, North Asheville Little League plays from April through June at fields around North Asheville, including Weaver Park, Ira B. Jones Elementary, Morris Street Park and Asheville Catholic.

To learn more about other ways that Mosaic and its brokers give back to the Asheville community, visit



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