Save the date! MVRCR needs you on Tuesday, November 27th for #NYGivesDay. Support us this #GivingTuesday by donating to our NYGives Day campaign.Read More
The Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown is currently hosting an exhibit of two artists that capture refugee souls and immigrant culture. The work of Patrick Fiore and Halycon Westmass is currently on display as part of an exhibit to highlight refugees, immigrants, and the work of the Refugee Center. There will be an opening reception for the exhibit Thursday November 8th from 5:30pm-7:00pm at the Fenimore Art Museum located at 5798 STATE HIGHWAY 80, Cooperstown, NY 13326. The reception is free and open to the public. All are encouraged to attend.Read More
MVRCR's Multilingual Traffic Safety Program Wins 2018 Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee Chair Award
The GTSC Chair Award was presented to MVRCR at the NYS Highway Safety Symposium in Lake Placid, NY on Wednesday October 17, 2018. To be considered for the award the organization or individual had to make efficient use of public resources and produce programs that are innovative, superior and highly successful in promoting traffic safety.Read More
For the past seven years the city has hosted the annual UNSPOKEN event, focusing on human rights violations and persecutions around the world. It happens again Thursday and Friday with the 8th annual UNSPOKEN Human Rights Festival, being produced by the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees.
• Thursday: Will feature a provider training – “Resiliency: Treating Trauma in Youth and Veterans” – at Delta Hotels by Marriott Utica, 8 a.m. to noon. Tickets are $20 per participant. Presenters include Dr. Joanne Joseph from SUNY Polytechnic Institute and Jacqueline Warmuth, vice president of clinical development at Sitrin Health Care Center. Visit www.mvrcr.org/events to register.
• Friday: A festival reception will be held at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute- Sculpture Court beginning at 4:30 p.m. At 6 p.m., Kristin Beck, a retired United States Navy SEAL, will talk in the MWPAI Auditorium. Beck gained public attention in 2013 when she came out as a trans woman, the first openly transgender former U.S. Navy SEAL. Beck served for 20 years in the U.S. Navy SEALs before the transition and took part in 13 total deployments, including seven combat missions.Read More
The Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees needs your vote to win $10,000! We have been selected as a finalist for The Community Foundation’s first-ever Community Choice Awards. The funds will support language access for a One World Opportunity and Welcome Center scheduled to open early next year.
Act now! The nominee in each category with the most votes wins! You only have until September 30th to vote.
Click here to vote now (You can only vote once per name and e-mail.)
The Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees invites the public to the 8th annual UNSPOKEN Human Rights Festival Thursday, October 11th & Friday, October 12th, 2018. Thursday, October 11th will feature a Provider Training – Resiliency: Treating Trauma in Youth and Veterans at Delta Hotels by Marriott Utica from 8:00am-12:00pm. Tickets are $20 per participant. On Friday, October 12th, there will be a Festival Reception that will be held at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute- Sculpture Court beginning at 4:30pm. At 6:00pm in the MWPAI Auditorium, there will talk given by Kristin Beck, who is a retired United States Navy SEAL who gained public attention in 2013 when she came out as a trans woman, the first openly transgender former U.S. Navy SEAL. Beck has received multiple military awards and decorations, including a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart. Following the presentation, the film “Lady Valor: The Kristin Beck Story” will be shown in the MWPAI Auditorium. Tickets are $50 per attendee for the reception, which includes hors d'oeuvres and beer/wine/soda, as well as admittance to the presentation by Kristin Beck and feature film.