Intergenerational Program Database

Generations United collects and shares information on intergenerational programs across the United States. We currently have a program in every state with over 800 programs in the database. You can search programs below by keywords or state.

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  1. Butler County Dept. on Aging
    The AmeriCorps Seniors Foster Grandparents program stands as a beacon of community engagement, bridging generations to make a lasting impact on the lives of children in Butler, Cowley, Harvey, Marion, and Reno counties. This initiative brings together senior volunteers aged 55 and older with children in various community settings, fostering meaningful relationships that contribute to the children's academic and emotional development. Volunteers in this program receive not only the intrinsic rewards of making a positive impact but also practical benefits that make their service more accessible. A stipend acknowledges the invaluable time and dedication seniors invest in supporting local youth, providing financial recognition for their contributions. The program further addresses logistical concerns by offering mileage reimbursement, ensuring that volunteers can reach their assigned locations without financial strain. Additionally, meal reimbursement enhances the overall volunteer experience, acknowledging the importance of sustaining one's well-being during service. By combining the joy of intergenerational connections with tangible benefits such as stipends, mileage reimbursement, and meal support, the AmeriCorps Seniors Foster Grandparents program not only enriches the lives of children but also empowers seniors to actively participate in building stronger, more connected communities.
    • AmeriCorps Senior Foster Grandparents Program
    • 2101 Dearborn, Suite 302 , Augusta, KS, 67010
    • Liz Pfeifer Program Manager RSVP/FGP
    • 316-115-0500
    • EPfeifer[at]
    • Cumbernauld Village "Little Vikes" Program 716 N Tweed St
    • 716 N Tweed St, Winfield , KS, 67156
  2. Learning Cross Inc.
    Learning Cross strives to create a place that celebrates and engages the wisdom of our grandparents, acknowledges the power of a child's heart and mind, and gives praise to the God who makes it all possible.
    • Learning Cross Child Care Center
    • 2225 Canterbury Dr. , Hays, KS, 67601
    • Brett Schmidt
    • (620) 779-2460
    • thelearningcross[at]
    • 1205 SW 29th St, Topeka, KS, 66611
    • Katy Wright
    • katyw[at]
    • 2921 West First Street, Coffeyville, KS, 67337
    • Jacque Rooks
    • 620-251-5190
    • jrooks[at]
    • 2101 Dearborn Suite 302, Augusta, KS, 67010
    • Melody Gault
    • 3167750500
    • mgault[at]
    • Apple-A-Day Preschool
    • 1200 E. 7th Street, Newton, KS, 67114
    • Renee Hamm
    • 316-284-5995
    • rhamm[at]
  3. Butler County Department on Aging
    The Foster Grandparent Program provides mentoring opportunities to children and youth to help them develop the academic and life skills that are critical to thier development and future successes.
    • Foster Grandparent Program
    • 2101 Dearborn, Suite 302, Augusta, KS, 67010
    • Melody Gault
    • 316-775-0500
    • mgault[at]
  4. Grandparents University – Kansas State University
    K-State Grandparents University is an opportunity for grandparents and grandchildren (ages 8-12) to come together for a three-day educational experience while spending time together on the KSU campus. K-State GPU gives multi-generational families the opportunity to experience college life together during the summer.
    • College of Education, 006 Bluemont Hall, 1100 Mid-Campus Drive, Manhattan, KS,
    • 785-532-5525
    • gpu[at]
  5. Manor of the Plains – Newcomers Group
    Residents volunteer to be matched with a student from an immigrant family, and the group meets monthly throughout the school year. Many of the children don’t have the opportunity to see their grandparents frequently, and this program gives them an opportunity to interact with a caring older adult. The resident volunteers also help the children learn more about Midwestern culture as they share how times have changed since they were kids. The year ends with a joint quilting project with the students making quilt squares depicting what they’d like to do when they grow up.
    • 200 Campus Drive, Dodge City, KS,
    • Lisa Montoya, Activity Director
    • 620-225-1928