Foster Grandparents provide much needed support and services to children in need throughout the Southern Nevada community. Foster Grandparents tutor, mentor and assist children that have been identified as at-risk students. Volunteers must meet certain income eligibility guidelines to apply.
Foster Grandparents play a role in the young person's life as mentors and tutors. Foster Grandparents dedicate their time and talent to locations throughout Clark County such as:
Clark County School District
Boys and Girls Club
Day Care Centers
Volunteers must be 55 years of age or older
Meet income eligibility guidelines
Complete required Background Check
Ability to serve between 15-40 hours a week
Enjoy working with children
Foster Grandparents are able to make strong emotional connections with children and get a great deal of satisfaction from making a difference in their lives.
In addition, they receive the following:
Paid orientation and training sessions
Income-eligible Foster Grandparents receive non-taxable/non-reportable income
Paid vacation and holidays
Reimbursement for transportation
An annual physical/no cost
Accident and liability insurance while on duty
Annual Recognition Events
If you would like more information about the Foster Grandparent Program
please call 702-382-0721 or fill out the form below.