RESOURCES AND IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS FOR CURRENT SITES
By and large, our volunteers serve in schools and early childhood centers. As long as your organization is a 501c3 and helps children academically, emotionally and/or developmentally, you can have a Foster Grandparent be part of your team!
Site staff consistently say that the benefits of having a Foster Grandparent – help with tutoring, mentoring and intergenerational relationship building - far outweigh the paperwork involved.
For steps on how to become a Foster Grandparent Volunteer site, or for questions about the resources below give us a call so that we can get to know one another (307.223.1051)!
Click the following links to download resources and documents:
FGP/Site Memorandum of Understanding
Foster Grandparent Site Manual
Volunteer Assignment Description-Community Priorities
Foster Grandparent Do's and Dont's on Site
Foster Grandparents and SeniorCorps Fact Sheet
Foster Grandparent Position Description
Foster Grandparent Monthly Timesheet
Foster Grandparent Income Guidelines
Foster Grandparent Performance Evaluation
Foster Grandparent Site Letter
Early Childhood Assignment Description