The Foster Grandparent Program
The Foster Grandparent Program offers seniors ages 55 and older, living on a limited income, opportunities to serve as mentors, role models and tutors for children and youth in Hancock, Henry and Rush Counties. Foster Grandparents help children develop skills, confidence and encouragement to succeed in life.
They may serve as few as 20 hours per or as many as 40 hours per week in community organizations including faith-based groups, Head Start Preschools, Public schools and other non-profit facilities. Foster Grandparents earn a tax- free stipend and receive other specific advantages as compensation for making a difference in a child’s life. Please call 765-529-4403 for more information if you enjoy children, want to make a little extra money and need to be active.