At Mosser, we believe in making a positive impact, not just within our properties, but also within the communities we serve. Our employees have truly embodied this spirit of giving back through volunteerism, and their dedication is inspiring.
Recently, our Quick Turn team members joined forces to volunteer in Golden Gate Park. They got outside, and with gloves, rakes and shovels, they left a lasting mark that speaks volumes about their care and dedication to making San Francisco a great place to live. Their efforts weren’t just noticed—they were celebrated. Milo, the Park & Rec Leader, said that what the Mosser team accomplished in hours equated to what would have been multiple days of work for them.
From revitalizing community spaces, to serving food at Glide Memorial or working at the Alameda County Food Bank, these giving acts ripple through our neighborhoods, enhancing comfort and brightening lives. Employee volunteerism is a testament to Mosser’s vales and enduring dedication to the community.
One participant noted, “The 8th & Fulton entrance of Golden Gate Park sees a lot of foot traffic, so our work to cut back the vegetation from the sidewalk was extremely important. It will be another year before it gets that bad again. Our work has longevity! Plus, the bus stop on Fulton is a busy one, I’m sure the riders and pedestrians are grateful for the clean-up and improved safety. With a Mosser property nearby, residents will directly benefit from our effort as well! Let’s continue to create a positive impact together!”