Welcome To

Grandma’s House

Where Everyone is Welcomed With Love

Our mission is to create a sanctuary where every child is welcomed with love, safety, acceptance and respect.

Who Are We?

Welcome to where grandmothers like you unite with a shared purpose—to raise our voices and take action for our children. We are more than just a group; we are a movement of caring, powerful grandmothers who believe in the strength of unity to ensure our grandchildren and all children feel safe, loved, and cherished.

Why it Matters?

In today’s world, the safety and well-being of our children are being compromised:

  • Many children don’t feel safe in their schools.
  • The disparity in educational resources across communities is expanding.
  • Amendments to child labor laws are placing our youth at risk in workplaces.
  • The mental health crisis among teens is escalating, with an increase in suicide rates and dependency on behavior-altering medications.

This reality is heartbreaking and unacceptable, especially in a nation of wealth and abundance. We stand together to say, enough is enough.

Our Mission

We are mobilizing grandmothers everywhere to:

  • Bring the unconditional love and care we grandmothers can provide to places where children gather, like schools, libraries, and community centers.
  • Direct community resources to where they are most needed, ensuring no child is left wanting.
  • Raise our voices as advocates for the needs of children, making their well-being a top priority in every community.

How we work

Our approach is collaborative and inclusive. We partner with public and private organizations to enhance their impact and reach more children. Together, we create a network of support and care, wrapping our children in the warmth and security they deserve.

Join Our Cause

Your voice, your time, and your heart can make a monumental difference. Here’s how you can get involved:

  • Connect with your local Grandma’s House community. Find like-minded grandmothers in your area who are part of this movement.
  • Share your talents and skills. Whether it’s comforting, storytelling, organizing, or your special talent your contributions can bring joy and resources to children in need.
  • Advocate for our children. Use your passion to champion the rights and needs of children at local, state, and national levels.
  • Support our mission. Your tax-deductible donations help us extend our reach and deepen our impact.

Together, we have the power to change the world, one child at a time. Join us in this loving commitment to ensure every child feels the warmth of a grandmother’s love, no matter where they are.

Finding Inspiration and Hope in the Grandma's House Book

Discover the heart and soul of making a difference through the enchanting pages of “Grandma’s House: A Story about Healing the World.” More than just a story, this book serves as a beacon of hope and a call to action, inspiring readers of all ages to come together and play an active role in crafting a brighter, more compassionate world.

“Grandma’s House” weaves a touching narrative that transcends the bounds of a simple tale. It invites us on a journey of self-discovery, reminding us that the power to initiate change and spread kindness begins with our own actions. This story is a testament to the strength of unity and the impact of working together.

Because you are here, you are already part of this story.

Grandma's House Book Cover

Meet the Vision Keeper

I’m Beth White, and on behalf of the Grandma’s House team, I welcome you to our website. There has never been a more urgent time to ensure our children feel safe and loved. If you are a grandmother, we invite you to consider joining us in whatever way feels best for you. If you aren’t a grandmother, we ask your support for our children who are facing unpredicted challenges and need to count on us being there for them.

Listen to a recent interview with Beth about Grandma’s House:

Contact Us

We’d love to hear from you – your ideas, your feedback or suggestions. Just fill in the form here and we’ll quickly respond.

Find Out More

Grandma’s House offers a number of ways grandmas can help children. Let us know how we can contact you, and we will provide you with details on what’s available right now.

All information provided is never shared with anyone outside Grandma’s House.

Grandma's House

A Story About Healing the World

We need your help to do this important work. Your donation provides needed supplies and outreach support for Grandma’s helping children.

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Grandma's House

A Story About Healing the World

More than just a story, this book serves as a beacon of hope and a call to action, inspiring readers of all ages to come together and play an active role in crafting a brighter, more compassionate world.

Purchase a copy for yourself, or Make a Donation to help inspire others.

Beth White

Vision Keeper

Since she was a little girl, Beth has been a great lover of people and of nature. Growing up in the country with 3 younger brothers and countless babysitting jobs began her care for the children. She has been a preschool and elementary school teacher. She is still closely connected to some of her preschool students and their own children.

Beth’s career, in addition to teaching, included creating a chocolate importing business and store, developing large conferences in Silicon Valley and abroad, bringing to life a vibrant community in the “middle-of-nowhere” which attracted people from all over the country and abroad. She has traveled with a small team on behalf of a global organization to work with families and individuals building a better life and a strong supportive network. She is well-loved.

Awed by the transformation that she felt upon the birth of her own grandchildren, she became curious about the power of grandmothers. At the same time, she watched so many of her generation confronting social norms which sought to brush them aside.

“Now,” Beth says, “I am determined to grow and direct this “grandmother power” to the benefit of all of our children.”