Grant Me Hope: Tiffany
Did you know 25 percent of aged out foster children end up homeless?
9&10 News, along with Grant Me Hope are trying to prevent that by finding them forever families.
This week, we meet Tiffany.
Tiffany enjoys cleaning and reading.
She describes herself as nice, caring and funny.
She wants to be a veterinarian when she grows up.
“I want to be a veterinarian and work with animals. What made me want to become a veterinarian is when I found out that cats and dogs are being abused, and it hurt my feelings,” explains Tiffany.
Tiffany says she would like to have a mom that she can spend time with.
“I want to hang out with her, bake cookies and have baking day and craft day, and just have fun,” says Tiffany.
Tiffany dreams of finding a forever family.
“I would really like to be adopted, because a lot of people in my past have really abused me and really don’t like me. So, I’d really appreciate if they’d adopt me, if a good family would adopt me,” says Tiffany.
Grant Me Hope is a collaboration between WWTV, Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange and the business community — all working together to find foster children a forever home.
To learn more about Tiffany and many other children who are hoping to find their forever family visit mare.org or call 800-589-6273.