Foster Grandparent Volunteer Program

What are Foster Grandparent Volunteers?

Foster Grandparent volunteers are adults 55 and older who provide one-on-one emotional support, mentoring and tutoring to children with exceptional needs in eight locations across the state of Texas.

Foster Grandparent volunteers are not the same as foster parents — the children do not live with you. You are a role model, mentor and friend. You will meet your mentee at a designated organization such as a public school, daycare, Head Start program, hospital, juvenile correction facility or any other child centered agency.

If you're 55 or older, and want to share your experience and compassion, you may have what it takes to be a Foster Grandparent volunteer. You could even earn a stipend based on hours volunteered ranging from $159 to $424 per month.

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Become a Foster Grandparent Volunteer

If you are at least 55, can volunteer between 15-40 hours per week and want to be a part of a special child's life, please consider becoming a Foster Grandparent volunteer.

Benefits include:

  • Being engaged and active in your community.
  • Making new friends.
  • Mentoring children who need some extra guidance.
  • Earning a small tax-free stipend and other benefits, if qualified.

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Partner with Foster Grandparent Program

Is your nonprofit interested in providing a proven intergenerational mentoring program? If so, you may benefit from the involvement of Foster Grandparent volunteers.

Foster Grandparent volunteers:

  • Are carefully screened by way of personal interviews and background checks.
  • Provide additional attention to children in need.
  • Help support students with academic skills.

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