What is the MVMC? The MVMC is a non-profit organization that provides crisis resource & advocacy services, Spanish-English interpretation/translation, youth programs, targeted life skills support, and cultural enrichment in Moab.

What is the MVMC’s mission? Our mission is to build bridges across language and culture through family support, community collaboration and education.

Is the MVMC just for Spanish Speakers? We help anyone with a language or cultural barrier- that’s just about everyone!

How much of the MVMC’s budget goes to direct support? 91.42% of the total operating budget directly supports our charitable work! We appreciate every donation and aim to keep our overhead low.

Does the MVMC collaborate with other organizations? The MVMC had 77 active community partnerships in 2016. These partners help us engage Moab’s diverse population and aim to keep our overhead low.
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Does the MVMC charge for interpretation/translation? The Center suggests $25/hour for businesses and $15/hour for non-profits and schools. Services are offered regardless of the client’s ability to pay. Please call ahead to schedule.

How is MVMC funded? The Center is funded through the generous support of individual donors, businesses, grants and a variety of cultural fundraisers we host annually. 

What programs does MVMC have for kids? The MVMC loves working with youth!  We offer free or very low cost youth programming all year round. All Ages: Bring your youth group on a tour or field trip to the MVMC! We have many fun activities and projects to try! We can send guest speakers or activity leaders to your group upon request.

Pre-K: We work closely with the Grand County School District and the Waterford UPSTART program to distribute FREE at-home, online preschool to any Grand County family. Call for details.

K-8: Come to the MVMC after school! Sign up through the BEACON afterschool program.IMG_1773

K-12: Be a mentor or mentee! Each week we pair older youth witha  younger friend for supervised reading, dinner, & fun activities.

K-8: Register for the Multicultural Mondays summer day damp (June-August). Each week we “travel” to a new country while learning about culture and humanities. This is a great opportunity for older youth to volunteer and gain valuable work experience.

**Additionally, the MVMC facilitates youth tutoring and crisis intervention services as needed.

What programs does MVMC have for adults? In addition to interpretation and crisis resource and advocacy services, dailey & jonthe MVMC also offers language classes, volunteer opportunities and individual tutoring for adults. We love to discover and share unique cultural opportunities- please contact us if you have something to offer!

How do I sign up to volunteer? Send us an email, call or stop by if you are interested in volunteering at the MVMC. There are many ways to get involved!

How do I donate to the MVMC? We are very grateful for your monetary or in-kind donation, large or small. Tax-deductible donations can be mailed to PO Box 55, Moab UT 84532 or brought to the Center at 156 N. 100 West.


 2017 Annual Report

2016 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report

MVMC Annual Report 2015

 To say that the MVMC is vital would be an understatement. For some people, we offer the only place where their voices can be heard. For others, we teach life skills or facilitate cultural understanding. Our scope of service is broad but our staff is small, proving that a tight-knit family is often all a person needs to grow and prosper.
                                                                                           -Megan, previous Americorps VISTA
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