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 or call 800-589-6273.