Area of Interest: Kids & Youth


The Youth Garden Project cultivates healthy children, families, and community through educational programs and the profound act of connecting people with food from seed to table. Individuals in the Moab community are offered several opportunities to volunteer at YGP. They can volunteer weeding and enjoy a garden fresh meal via […]

Youth Garden Project


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


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


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