Senior Companion Program
Now more than ever seniors are in need of a friend. They long for someone to talk to, engage in their favorite hobby with, and even help them get groceries. If you are looking to make a difference in the life of a senior in our community, considering join us in the Senior Companion Program. Senior Companions are independent people over the age of 55 who are looking to add some purpose to their days and are willing to reach out to their fellow seniors who are in need of someone’s help and time. They dedicate compassionate service in making a difference and making a friend at the same time. As a member of our program there is also a small hourly (tax exempt) stipend as well as meal and mileage reimbursement to help offset the costs of volunteering.
Come join our team and together we can bring happiness to the seniors in our area that need our help!
Foster Grandparent Program
Foster Grandparents are role models, mentors and friends. They serve in area schools, preschools and after-school programs helping children learn to read, providing one on one tutoring and guiding children at a critical time in their lives.
Qualifications to become a Foster Grandparent:
- 55 years of age or older. Willing to serve a minimum of 15 hours a week.
- Household income below $2,126 a month for a single person and $2,873 a month for a couple (This amount is after medical deductions).
- Pass a fingerprint background check.
- Foster Grandparents receive a stipend of $3.00 an hour, mileage reimbursement, supplemental accident insurance, a free meal and training.
- Receive recognition for your efforts
- Recognition events
- Be eligible for mileage reimbursement
- Receive Volunteer Liability Insurance
RSVP - Retired Senior Volunteer Program:
- Use the experience you have gained over your lifetime to help community organizations meet local needs.
- Flexibility in choosing when and where you serve.
- Determine the amount of time you want to give.
- Utilize your current skills or develop new ones.
- American Red Cross
- George E. Wahlen Veterans Home
- Telephone Reassurance Callers
- Bear River Bird Refuge
- HAFB Retirees Act. Office
- Transportation Drivers
- Brigham City Senior Center
- Heritage Park Care Center
- Tremonton Community Food Pantry
- Box Elder Meals on Wheels
- Hill Aerospace Museum
- Union Station Museum
- Box Elder School Tutors
- Mountain Ridge Assisted Living
- Weber Co Library Summer Literacy Program
- CCS Food Bank
- North Ogden Historical Museum
- Weber County Animal Shelter
- Dinosaur Park, George S. Eccles
- Ogden City Police Department
- Weber County Archery Park
- DUP Museum
- Ogden Nature Center
- Weber School District Tutors
- Eccles Community Art Center
- Ogden School District Tutors
- Weber County Sport Shooting Complex
- Elementary School Tutors
- Perry’s Egyptian Theater
- Your Community Connection
- Fraud Squad
- Senior Center Teachers
- Friends for Sight
- Senior Center Nutrition/ Meal Service
- Friendly Visitors
- Senior Center Helpers
- Gardens Assisted Living
- RSVP Office Volunteers
For more information, you may call:
Kim Kloberdanz, Program Coordinator 801-625-3774
Heidi Wade, Director 801-625-3828
Cynthia Jensen- Coordinator: 801-625-3782
Charity Rowberry- Director: 801-625-3865or 1-800-209-2503