GRANDMA'S HOUSE - A VISION OF HOPE
K - 6th Afterschool Tutoring Program
The work that is done at Grandma's House is supported by volunteers. It is the work of the volunteers that helps us make a difference in the lives of children. They come from all professions, and cultures. It is this diversity that provides a rich environment for students to learn.
GRANDMA'S HOUSE STAFF:
The volunteers at Grandma's House are second to none. They work faithfully by the side of the founder Mrs. Flora Johnson. They are loving, caring and work hard to assist students in reaching their highest potential. It is because of these staff members that Grandma's House - A Vision of Hope is being recognized in so many venues. Hats off to the staff at Grandma's House.
AWARDS AND HONORS FOR GRANDMA'S HOUSE
Since our opening in 2008, we have worked in and with our community, striving to build a village in the community that supports children. Our goal has been to build this village one brick/partnership at a time. Since that time, we have built partnerships with:
The Tulare City School District
Southern California Edison
Hands on Central California
United Way of Tulare County
to name a few and we have the support of the city of Tulare and the community. Grandma's House and its founder have received several recognitions from the community.
Mrs. Johnson, the founder received a Community Service Award from the Tulare Democrat Club and the Latino Democrats of Tulare County, in 2009.
In 2012, Grandma's House was recognized for its support to educators and students by the Tulare County Association of School Administrators and given the Golden Apple Award.
She was selected as the 2014 Grand Marshall of the Tulare County Fair Parade.
In February 2014, she was honored as one of Southern California Edison's Community Partners.
In 2016, Mrs. Johnson was honored by the African American Museum in Fresno, California as one of its Trailblazer. This is an honor that is given to African Americans who have made a difference in the lives of others in the community
GRANDMA'S HOUSE IS INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY