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Would you grant hope
to a foster child?

In America, roughly 600,000 children spend time in the foster care system each year.

Of those available for adoption, roughly 125,000, half are “unadoptable” because they are too old, want to be adopted with their siblings, or have specific medical/emotional needs.

They are NOT unadoptable! All they need is the right family. Is that you?

If a child turns 18 and ages out of the foster care system, 25 percent become homeless.

All these children need is someone to commit to loving and taking care of them.

Grant Me Hope’s purpose is to find loving, adoptive homes for foster children before they age out of the foster care system alone facing homelessness.

Grant Me Hope has three goals:

1.) Educate the public about the plight of aged out foster children;

2.) Recruit more foster families to limit the number foster children in institutions;

3.) Get as many children adopted as possible

Grant Me Hope produces excellent, professionally done one- and two-minute, high-quality,  broadcast-worthy videos of foster children who are available for adoption. These videos are aired during the newscasts of our partnering television stations, as public service announcements on TCT TV, and on social media to allow the children to introduce themselves to thousands of potential families.

Help us help foster children who hope for adoption!

Find us on Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram and subscribe, like, share, and retweet our children’s videos to help find them a home! You never know. You may know someone considering adoption! Help us create more moments like this!

If you are interested in sponsoring the production of child’s video, please contact us directly at
616-836-7949 or info@grantmehope.org.

 

Fundraisers

There are lots of ways to help! Join us in a fundraiser to help us offset the expenses of finding these children a forever home!

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In the News

We are thankful for the media! See our latest news casts to view the children we currently have available for adoption.

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