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Events Calendar

2017 Events Calendar

September & October 2017 - Will Month - For anybody who is considering making or updating their Will, we are working with Ellis Jones solicitors to offer a free will service* during the months of September and October.  We would love for you to consider leaving a legacy to Mosaic in your Will (you are not obliged to do so in order to take advantage of this service but we would be delighted if you did). 

Please contact Nicola Hall of Ellis Jones solicitors on 01202 057821 or who will answer any questions you may have and guide you through the process.

*The service is only free for standard single or mirror Wills.

6th October - Crazy Sock Day - scroll down for how to get involved

7th October - Swim-a-thon - if you would like to take part, please e-mail



Step-by-Step - How to help


Friday 6th October is our annual Crazy Sock Day aiming to raise funds to help Mosaic support bereaved children across Dorset.

·     Helping out is easy – pull on your silliest socks and grab a group of friends.

·     They might be stripy socks, spotty socks, odd socks, knee socks or animal socks!

·     Take a photo of your fabulous feet and be sociable on Twitter and Facebook!
Twitter mention us @Mosaic16 and use #crazysocks and let people know you’re involved
Facebook mention @mosaicdorset and let your friends know your supporting Mosaic!
e-mail us at as we would love to see everyone getting involved!

·     Make a collection and get in touch with us to donate your fantastic fundraising.
Our suggested donation is £1. Please raise awareness with your family, friends and colleagues about Mosaic and get in touch for further ideas and events to support this Dorset based charity.
Please send donations to:

Mosaic – Supporting Bereaved Children

3 Barnes Croft, Coles Lane, Milborne St Andrew, Dorset, DT11 0LG.

The idea of wearing silly socks could relate to walking in someone else’s shoes. If you have experience the death of a loved one, you will know it is the most difficult experience, and being young it can affect the rest of your life unless you receive the right help at the right time. Mosaic aims to support children and young people in Dorset through the grieving process.


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