We're gearing up for our busy spring and summer season.
The George W. Bush Childhood Home is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and relies on caring and giving volunteers to run our gift shop and provide guided tours of the historic home.
Volunteer's schedules are very flexible. You can work a 3 hour shift once a week, every other week or once a month, depending on your availability.
If you are looking for a fun way to meet people from around the world and some occasional dignitaries, please consider helping us preserve this unique presidential site and help our visitors take a trip back in time.
Help us share Midland's Heritage!
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call, 432-685-1112 if you are interested.
Our Laura Bush Literacy Program has been a huge success over the last 7+ years. It is comprised of two parts:
"Third Thursday Reading Program" Staff members read several short stories of interest to children. These periodic events are held in our Visitor Center and attendees are provided refreshments. These programs are from 4:30 - 5:30 PM and open to children of all ages. Children also get to take home a free copy of the feature book.
"The Laura Bush Bookshelves" Children's books are available, free of charge, to all children. Books will be available in our Visitor Center and can be picked up during our normal business hours.
In order to make this a success we are asking for your help. Because of growing demand, our book supplies have dwindled, especially in the Pre-K section. Board books and tactile books for babies and toddlers are in big demand. We are asking the public for donations of new or gently used books for children of all ages. Please drop off your donations at our Gift Shop. We can arrange to pick up large volumes of books if you are unable to deliver them. Please call 685-1112 to make arrangements for pick-up.
Please help us keep the joy of reading alive in our children!