Grant Me Hope: R’Mahn
Every day thousands of children in the United States hold out hope that someone will adopt them.
Many of these children are older, and simply want the unconditional love of a family.
This week, 9&10 News and Grant Me Hope want to introduce you to R’Mahn.
R’Mahn is a 14-year-old who likes to run, race and listen to music.
He describes himself as cool, kind, smart, helpful, loveable and fun to be around.
R’Mahn would like to be a martial arts teacher when he grows up.
“I’d like to have a parent. A mom, a dad, brother and sister that are loving, caring,” says R’Mahn. “I’d be a good brother because if they were in a fight, I could help them out. Helping them when they need me.”
R’Mahn adds, “I’d want to be in someone’s home so I can help around the house. I want to, I really like helping, a lot.”
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 R’Mahn and many other children who are hoping to find their forever family visit mare.org or call 800-589-6273.