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Save the Date!
Thursday, March 13, 2013 at 7:30 pm
Agape Outreach Homes vs
WBIR Channel 10 Heartbreakers
Thank you to everyone for sharing and voting for Agape Outreach Homes in Toyota's 100 Cars for Good. Because of your support, Agape is a winner of a new Toyota Tundra. This vehicle will carry groceries (840 meals/week and 43,680 meals/year), building/maintenance materials, donations from our community, resident outing supplies, and other items such as toiletries and cleaning supplies. If additional space is needed for any reason, we will be able to pull a trailer (we have two trailers). When an individual "graduates" into independent living, we will carry donated furniture and houseware items to their new home or apartment. Thank you again for the love and support you have shown us!
Most of these men that come to Agape Outreach Homes have been homeless or institutionalized most of their lives and have never experienced family or togetherness. When an individual comes to live at Agape, we donít just show or teach about family. We become family. Through the years we have seen our family grow with great success. We have seen men move on to live independently and start anew. For as low as $5, we can house and feed an individual for one day. For $5 we can start to become a family for the least wanted. Also with each $5 donation, you will receive one Christmas card. Click the button below to donate.
Agape Outreach Homes is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which provides housing and care for men with severe persistent mental illness. Agape is a Greek word meaning “unconditional love”, and Agape Outreach Homes exists to extend this love to our clients and community. We serve 24 adult men through education/training at the home on all daily living skills (cooking, cleaning, medication management, etc.), and partner with a psychosocial rehabilitation program (PSR) that offers classes about their mental illness, coping skills, and much more. Also offered are opportunities to acquire a GED, get a job, or even attend college. Our program gives individuals housing, effective treatment, education/training and support with a holistic approach that prevents hospitalization and “graduates” them into independent living.