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We appreciate your support. It enables us to provide services to families in need.

The Agape Center
Mission Statement

To reflect God's love by the giving of ourselves and our resources as we submit to the leadership of the Holy Spirit to mentor and help individuals turn or return to a Christ-centered life.

Message from The Agape Center

We continue to be an all-volunteer organization. We have no paid employees. We appreciate your support over the years and will be good stewards of the resources you provide.

 

 

Overview of Services

Mentoring - Each family that comes to the Agape Center for assistance is assigned a Mentor to work with them each time they come. The Mentor is there to listen, pray, encourage, and help set goals in the following areas: Employment, Education, Spiritual, and Physical. Food - Each family receives food once every 30 days. We are a USDA food pantry so clients receive not only pantry food (food which we have purchased from the – Feeding Southwest VA Food Bank in Salem, VA), but also USDA food which is subsidized by the US Government. Clothing - A wonderful selection of clothing is displayed at the Agape Center where clients can shop for their family members each time they come in for their appointment. Volunteers carefully sort through the donated clothing items and keep the store beautifully stocked by season. Linens (kitchen and household) - All donations are accepted at Agape so kitchen and household items are available to clients with specific needs. Linens, such as towels, washcloths, sheets and comforters, are the number one requested item; consequently we are always short on these items. Donations are really appreciated. Furniture and Appliances - Furniture and appliances, including mattress and box spring sets, are available to our clients if they have a specific need. Financial Assistance - Limited financial assistance is available if funds are available and the client meets all the requirements. Firewood - Our Firewood Committee accepts trees that individuals want to donate. The Committee goes on site to cut up the logs and then they transport to a storage facility where they are split and made ready for clients who need firewood for heat.

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