Brittney Carruthus, shown here with two of her daughters, Journey and Tymerian.
How did you hear about Voice of Hope?
My girls attend Uplift Gradus where the Voice of Hope after-school program is held.
How long have they been attending Voice of Hope?
How have you been involved with Voice of Hope?
My girls attend the After-School program and other activities hosted by Voice of Hope.
What has Voice of Hope meant to you and how has it impacted your life?
Voice of Hope has been a blessing as far as the after-school care and relieving the stress of expensive programs. The staff is reliable and trustworthy. The experiences offered for my girls allows them to do things I normally could not do.
What is your favorite part of Voice of Hope?
The staff and the events they offer.
What is your favorite memory of Voice of Hope?
The family game and painting nights.
Why do you think Voice of Hope is important to the community?
Voice of Hope allows families like mine the opportunity to experience the benefit of a Christian-based after-school program and classes.
What inspires you most about Voice of Hope?
My girls love the program which fills me with the utmost joy.
Why is it important for Voice of Hope to incorporate the Christian curriculum in its programs?
It is very important! We value the same concepts as a family and the fact that I am ensured my children are being taught those same values at Voice of Hope is very important.
What is a little-known fact about you that you’d like to share?
Many people don’t know that I am a young mother of 3.
Stories of Hope
Voice of Hope is proud to share a series of stories through this year that will tell the history of Voice of Hope and what a tremendous impact your support has had in the community and so many lives.