Many of those we serve at MVRS can’t access third party sponsorship for their services, don’t have the ability to pay for services themselves, or are service recipients whose limited agency budgets (Medicaid, Vocational Rehabilitation, etc.) do not allow them to participate as fully as they wish and/or need in our Developmental Therapy, Adult Day Health and Employment programs.
YOU CAN BRIDGE THAT SERVICES GAP!
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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.
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Donations can also be made by completing the downloadable form found at the bottom of this page.
Send it along with your payment to MVRS, PO Box 189, Twin Falls, ID 83303-01189.
Grants & Community Partners
Southern Idaho is home to some amazing companies and organizations that believe in the MVRS Mission and we are so grateful for their contributions.
MVRS is so pleased to receive continued support from the Edna Childs Foundation in support of People With Abilities!
Our MVRS partnership with St. Luke’s is strong and we are so very appreciative of their support to make sure we can continue to help adults with disabilities live their best life.
We are honored to be chosen for the first time to receive a grant from the Idaho Community Foundation 2018 Southwestern Region Grant Cycle, funded through the Forever Idaho Southwest Fund. Thank you!
St. Luke’s Magic Valley is a consistent supporter of MVRS and we are honored to be recognized again this year with $4,500 to provide services for People With Abilities!
Sometimes, our participants have insufficient or no funding available for services but we turn no one away. Once again, the Wells Fargo Foundation has awarded us to opportunity to continue to fill that gap with their generous scholarship donation.
MVRS has received a $400 grant from the Twin Falls Rotary to purchase supplies for our Day Health programs. Arts and crafts, games, and projects enrich the days of our participants and we are so happy for the donation!
Our automatic front door was in serious need of repair and thanks to a generous donation from 1st Fed, our staff and participants with mobility issues will have easier access!
This summer, MVRS will begin offering a special program serving 16-21 year old young adults with a transition program to prepare them for entry into the workplace courtesy of a grant from the Edna Childs Foundation.
We deeply appreciate the continued support we receive from our community partners. Thanks Farmer’s Bank for helping us serve People With Abilities!
MVRS is so grateful to be one of the recipients of this year’s Glanbia Charity Challenge Golf Tourney. The donation of $16,000 will ensure many of those who couldn’t access our services will be able to grow and prosper!
Thank you Glanbia!
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.
Thank you so much St. Luke’s Community Health Improvement fund for your generous donation of $3,500 to support scholarships for our participants!
The Edna Childs Charitable Fund has given MVRS a generous donation to support our scholarships program.
First Fed has awarded MVRS $1,200 toward some much needed phone and digital purchases.
Our Janitorial Crew was able to purchase TWO new vacuums with the generous donation from Twin Falls Rotary!
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!
Our Executive Director, John Bodden (pictured above) accepts a $660 check from Dan Olmstead from the Idaho Power Southern Employees Community Fund. Thanks IDACORP!
MVRS is honored to be awarded $2,500 from the St. Luke’s Community Health Improvement fund to support scholarships for our participants!
Jamie Stombaugh presents an $800 contribution from Idaho Power.
St. Luke’s Community Health Improvement Grant Luncheon
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.
Individual Membership (includes Organizations): One-time dues are $25 – Business Membership: One-time dues are $100
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.