grandparentBabies & Toddlers in association with the not for profit organisation, Find a grandparent is giving you the chance to win a one-year membership worth $90 dollars. There are five memberships up for grabs.

How to Enter

For your chance to win, simply tell us in the comment area below and in no more than 25 words why you would like to have a surrogate grandparent for your family. We will publish the best answers and the winners on our Facebook page.

For full details see our Terms and Conditions click here. Entries Close Sat 30th November 2013.

Prize value of the membership

The prize is a special from Find a Grandparent for this competition only and is valued at A$90.00 per membership to be won (Total $450).


About Find a Grandparent

Find a Grandparent is a not-for-profit organisation that connects families with surrogate grandparents. There are many families in Australia living without the support of their relatives and are therefore looking for a voluntary grandparent to join their life. The surrogate grandparents who you find on the Find a Grandparent site are coming to you on a voluntary basis. They don’t replace babysitters but come regularly and want to establish a close relationship with your family.

If you are a young family without grandparents and you want someone mature in your lives to share the everyday joys of living with children, here is your chance to meet someone who could become a part of your family. Children will have exciting new experiences with their new granny or pop. They will also have another person to turn to when they have problems and can’t talk to their parents. Having a surrogate grandparent may give parents the chance to take a break from the stressful everyday family life and the whole family will have someone to share happy moments with.

For more information about Find a Grandparent please visit our website:



  1. mike renn December 20, 2013 at 7:56 am

    I took my daughters to a child psychologist and they said they miss having grandparents, as they don’t see my parents at all.

  2. Pam December 10, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    This is such am interesting idea. My husband and I recently moved to melb from Singapore and our little one is 8 months old. It would be great for him to hang out with ‘grandparents’ so his life doesn’t just revolve around little babies and mummy’s friends :)

  3. Christial shea November 30, 2013 at 8:54 am

    All my son’s grandparents live interstate. I would love for him to have someone local to spend weekends with at the park.

  4. Lisa matchan November 28, 2013 at 4:03 pm

    Without going into to much detail, I would love to have someone else to enjoy my children with me and help go on outings with, walks etc. And to enrich a person life that has the room

  5. Colleen bishop November 6, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    We are a family of 5 and have recently moved to qld from the uk. I feel my children are missing out and really want them to have grand parents that they can love as there own.

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