Donations and Membership

For your convenience please use our PayPal button for your donations and memberships to our mission. A couple of clicks and you are making sure those who can benefit most from our services get a chance to enrich and improve their lives.

100% of the money we raise will go toward supporting services and programs for participants in the eight counties of southern Idaho that we serve.

The cost of providing rehabilitation services increases each year, while state and federal funding for these services is inconsistent at best. We need your help! One hundred percent of any donation is used to enhance our programs and stays in our area. Magic Valley Rehabilitation Services, Inc.. is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit corporation and, as such, your donation may be eligible for a federal and state tax deduction.

Donations can be made by completing the downloadable form found at the bottom of this page. Send this along with your payment to MVRS, PO Box 189, Twin Falls, ID  83303-01189 or click on our Pay Pal icon at the top left of this page to easily make your one-time or monthly contribution.

Visa, Mastercard, Discover & Amex are accepted

MVRS donation from Wells Fargo Foundation

MVRS is pleased to accept a wonderful donation of $3,500 from Wells Fargo Foundation to help People With Abilites get the services and support they need.

MVRS Donation from St. Luke's

Thank you so much St. Luke’s Community Health Improvement fund for your generous donation of $3,500 to support scholarships for our participants!

MVRS donation from Edna Childs

The Edna Childs Charitable Fund has given MVRS a generous donation to support our scholarships program.

MVRS donation from First Fed

First Fed has awarded MVRS $1,200 toward some much needed phone and digital purchases.

MVRS donation from TF Rotary

Our Janitorial Crew was able to purchase TWO new vacuums with the generous donation from Twin Falls Rotary!

Donation from PMT

Our Executive Director, John Bodden (pictured above) is very grateful to accept this $2,500 grant from PMT! Thanks PMT for generously giving back to southern Idaho. We are honored to be able to put these funds to good use to serve People With Abilities!

MVRS donation from Idaho Power

Our Executive Director, John Bodden (pictured above) accepts a $660 check from Dan Olmstead from the Idaho Power Southern Employees Community Fund. Thanks IDACORP!

Donation from St. Luke

MVRS is honored to be awarded $2,500 from the St. Luke’s Community Health Improvement fund to support scholarships for our participants!

Donation from Idaho Power

Jamie Stombaugh presents an $800 contribution from Idaho Power.

CHI grant luncheon

St. Luke’s Community Health Improvement Grant Luncheon

Farmers Bank Donation

Farmers Bank Loan Officer Marcia Hahn presented a $1,000 donation to Executive Director John Bodden.


MVRS Membership is open to all public minded citizens and organizations regardless of age, race, color, creed, sex, disability or national origin. By becoming a member of MVRS, you will be better informed about the programs and services offered, and what is being done by the Board and staff to ensure MVRS is meeting the needs of the people being served. Equally important, your membership will affirm your support for MVRS and for people with differing abilities.

Payment of the one-time membership dues puts you on our Friends of MVRS roster for your lifetime, unless you otherwise contact us with your decision to opt out.

Individual Membership (includes Organizations): One-time dues are $25

Business Membership: One-time dues are $100

Just a few of the benefits of being a member of MVRS are:

  • The MVRS Focus Newsletter, a tri-annual publication

  • The opportunity to be appointed to a standing committee of the Board of Directors

  • The opportunity to be elected to the Board of Directors

  • Eligibility to vote in the election of the Board of Directors

  • Depending upon tax status, membership dues may be tax deductible under the United States Internal Revenue Service Code and the Idaho State Tax Code, and may also be eligible for a tax credit under the Idaho Tax Code.