Grant Me Hope: Tre’Vone
Thousands of children in the United States are hoping they can find parents who will adopt them and become their forever family.
9&10 News and Grant Me Hope want to help their dreams become a reality.
This week, we want to introduce you to Tre’Vone.
Tre’Vone is 16 years old.
He describes his personality as bright, caring and active.
Something he says he would like to do more is play football.
“Where do I see myself 15 years from now? Being a football star! Helping out with children, also be an adoptive parent,” says Tre’Vone.
Tre’Vone says he would like to be a police officer or a football coach when he grows up.
“My forever family would be there for me. Like, just comfort me with what I need help with. Just being a part of my life,” explains Tre’Vone. “The thing that I would like to do with a forever family? Go outside and walk the dog.”
Tre’Vone adds, “My wish for myself? Is to have a forever family to love me, care for me, be there for me.”
Grant Me Hope is a collaboration between WWTV, Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange, Teddy’s Transport and the business community — all working together to find foster children a forever home.
To learn more about Tre’Vone and many other children who are hoping to find their forever family visit mare.org or call 800-589-6273.