Grant Me Hope: Marvin is intrigued by science

Posted at 12:33 PM, Feb 04, 2016

Move over, Superman!  A new caped crusader is here!  Marvin may only be in 11th grade, but his dreams of helping others show wisdom beyond his years. 

If he won the lottery, he’d like to swoop up a bag of cash and carry it to charitable organizations which help people in need.

He’s a giving soul who also has a tremendous imagination and an interest in science.

 “Sometimes at night I like to look at the stars,” he said.   “When it’s windy, I like to fly some kites.  And sometimes I just like to relax, lay in the sun, and look at the clouds.”

He’d love to have a telescope to look farther.  

He aims to graduate from high school and get a degree in technical engineering.

“I’m really energetic. I like to talk. I like to watch movies,” he added. 

But what he’d really love is to be adopted.

“I would like to have a forever family who will provide me with a new home to live in and take me to Cosi,” he smiled.

“To me, adoption means to me success, [to] look no more,” Marvin explained.

“Teenagers deserve a chance to show what we got.”

If you’d like to find out more about Marvin, click here.

If you’d like to talk with an Adoption Navigator with the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange, calll (800)589-6273.