Monthly Archives: June 2016


The Moab Folk Festival is an annual 3 day music festival in November featuring 12 live performers in the amazing red rock country of Moab, UT.  It takes place during the evening at historic Star Hall and at the Grand County High School Auditorium. The daytime performances take place at the Moab […]

Moab Folk Festival


The mission of the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance is the preservation of the outstanding wilderness at the heart of the Colorado Plateau, and the management of these lands in their natural state for the benefit of all Americans.  SUWA promotes local and national recognition of the region’s unique character through […]

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance


WabiSabi is a nonprofit organization in Moab with several community programs. WabiSabi runs a thrift store, serves free or by-donation meals, awards “Make a Difference” grants to aspiring community projects, donates biannually to its Nonprofit Partners, holds events through its Nonprofit Network, and gives to those in need through community donations to organizations […]

WabiSabi



Adult mentors meet with students one-on-one to encourage growth and bolster self-confidence while enjoying mutually enriching activities. Their weekly sessions may include board games, basketball, or computers. Other matches pursue crafts, reading, and talking about life. Grand Area Mentoring creates lasting and fruitful relationships using an evidence-based approach. New volunteers are trained […]

Grand Area Mentoring


The Moab Bee Inspired Garden Initiative’s mission is to inspire locals and visitors using gardens, workshops and classes that demonstrate and support efforts toward pollinator health, community food systems, water conservation, and an economy that provides for our people and benefits our ecology. Volunteers are needed for seasonal community garden […]

Moab Bee Inspired Garden Initiative


Youth Rock Camp Moab is 4 days of instrument instruction, band practice, song-writing, team and confidence building activities, and rock and roll fun for youth ages 8-17. Held over Grand County schools’ spring break, YRCM offers local youth an opportunity to explore self-expression and creative outlets through music. Students are […]

Youth Rock Camp



BEACON empowers students to discover their innate ability to succeed! Their goal is to provide a great, fun, enriching, safe, and healthy place for kids during the critical after school hours. Volunteers are need for enrichment clubs throughout the school year, as well as for the fundraising season from November through […]

BEACON Afterschool Program


Community Rebuilds provides education on sustainability, builds energy efficient housing, and improves workforce housing through an affordable program. Contact Rikki Epperson at 435-260-0501 or info@communityrebuilds.org to volunteer.    

Community Rebuilds


CFI is an outdoor education nonprofit. They encourage people of all ages to experience nature through hiking, camping, day tours, and river running. In particular, CFI focuses on providing outdoor education opportunities to low-income rural and Native American youth. Volunteers are needed for ongoing office support (mailings, filing, etc.) and field camp […]

Canyonlands Field Institute




Head Start is a free preschool for 3-5 year old children from low income families or with special needs. Head Start also has a home program for children ages 0-3. Volunteers can help with everyday support as well as field trips and maintenance. Contact Corina Spence at 435-630-5413 to volunteer.  

Rural Utah Child Development Head Start


The Grand County Public Library is a community center that provides access to information, materials, and services to stimulate imaginations and encourage lifetimes of learning. Volunteers are needed for daily shelving of materials, and occasional special projects. Potential volunteers can call 435-259-1111. Adults should speak with Meghan Flynn, while children and teens […]

Grand County Public Library



CCR’s mission is to enhance sustainability in Moab by empowering the community to reduce, reuse, and recycle. CCR has previously focused on increasing recycling access for hard-to-recycle items, as well as developing and delivering education and outreach programs. Moving forward, the organization looks to expand and include a more diverse […]

Canyonlands Community Recycling