Giving the gift of Experience
Everyday in communities across America, Foster Grandparents are the people children in need depend on for love,
wisdom, and support.
In schools, hospitals, drug treatment centers, correctional institutions, Head Start and day
care centers, Foster Grandparents even the odds for children who have special needs.
Can you be a Foster Grandparent?
- Are over 60 years of age
- Can volunteer an average of 20 hours a week
- Have a limited income
- Love children
Foster Grandparents give children the much-needed attention that can change lives. They help
children learn to read, care for children with disabilities and offer counseling to those who need it.
As a Foster Grandparent, you'll receive:
- Pre-Service Orientation and monthly training
- An annual physical examination
- Supplemental insurance
- A small stipend for those who qualify
- Help with meal and transportation costs
- The joy of making a difference for children
Children who need Foster Grandparents gain
- Individual attention they might not otherwise receive
- Confidence from your faith in them
- Tutoring to help them succeed in school
- Advice & skills they need to lead productive lives
- The life-changing opportunity to know the consistent love of a Foster Grandparent
Foster Grandparents give their experience and their talents to improve the lives of children
Foster Grandparents help children develop the skills, confidence, and strength to succeed in
life. Foster Grandparents make their neighborhoods stronger by helping children with special needs achieve
There is a child waiting right now for a Foster Grandparent.
SER currently sponsors Foster Grandparents in Los Lunas and Socorro, New Mexico. You can call
our offices directly at:
505-866-6302 (Valencia County), or 505-838-4886
To obtain additional information on the Foster Grandparents Program or to have one of our counselors contact
you, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with ATTN:FOSTER GRANDPARENTS as the
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