Grant Me Hope: K’Lub

Thousands of children in the United States are waiting to be adopted.

Many of these children are older, and spend every day hoping they can find their forever family.

This week, 9&10 News and Grant Me Hope want to introduce you to K’Lub.

K’Lub is 13 years old and in the 8th grade.

He describes himself as cool, laid-back, funny and kind.

“If you’re in a bad mood, I can turn that mood upside down and make it look like a smiley face. I’m just a happy camper,” says K’Lub.

K’Lub enjoys spending time with friends and going to the mall.

Education is important to K’Lub and he plans to go to college in Michigan after he graduates high school.

“I don’t like getting bounced from place to place. I’d love to have a mom and a dad, some siblings I guess, and that’s it,” says K’Lub. “It doesn’t matter like what type of family they are as long as they care 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 K’Lub and many other children who are hoping to find their forever family visit mare.org or call 800-589-6273.