Thank you for visiting us at Project Mosaic, a pro-tolerance, anti-hate charity.
Project Mosaic was set up in 2008 in memory of New York Firefighter Lieutenant David J Fontana, who was one of the firefighters that gave his life on September 11, 2001 in order to help rescue people from the World Trade Center. Dave of one of 343 firefighters that died that day while helping to save others. These firefighters and other emergency workers were able to rescue some 28,000 people on 9-11 from the North Tower and the South Tower of the World Trade Center. Dave was 37 years old when he performed the ultimate sacrifice of a firefighter.
Project Mosaic uses education to promote interfaith and intercultural tolerance, multicultural good citizenship and integration of immigrant communities, and to combat group hatred and extremism.
We are based in the United Kingdom and the United States. Our vision is grass roots and global.
We invite you to visit our website -- at www.projectmosaic.net. We hope you will join our distribution list (go to the website, click on "Contact Us" and tick the "distribution list" box at the bottom of the screen) and that you will read about our latest programmes and initiatives at https://projectmosaic.typepad.com. Please do send us your feedback and suggestions.
At Project Mosaic we are little people working together to achieve a big transformational goal. This goal is to change people's thinking -- even when this means one person at a time, one conversation at a time -- to celebrate diversity within our increasingly interconnected societies, and to reject group hatred and extremism. This quiet, yet powerful grassroots work helps to ensure that others won't die like Dave Fontana. Please join us in honouring his memory in this way.