We're so grateful for you!


Welcome to the Agape Community! Your generosity makes this ministry possible, and we don't take that lightly. Your donation will multiply in impact on the lives of young adults for generations to come.

To donate, just fill out the handy form below.


To answer your questions about what kind of gift is right for you,

and how your gift can make the biggest impact in sustaining the ministry of Agape,

we've put together a brief explanation of the different ways you can give.

More questions?
Which type of gift is right for me?
We know financial decisions come with a lot to consider!  
Here's some more information about your options  to help you decide how you'd like to give to Agape:
  1. Give a monthly donation through our website
    Did you know that our annual budget depends on recurring gifts? By choosing to be a monthly donor, you become a sustaining member of our Agape community.
    How? Use our credit card form on the website and check the box "Show my support by making this a recurring donation"

  2. Pledge to our building project
    Creating affordable housing for 50 students to live together in intentional community comes with a multi-million dollar price tag. Pledging a large gift over the short- or long-term allows us to move forward with our plans to provide housing because we know we can rely on your support. Even if fulfilled over several years, a pledge to this project is the engine that keeps our plans running.
    How? Set up a monthly donation, and in the “Comments” field note that you’d like to make a pledge, and our staff will reach out to you to confirm.

  3. Give one-time
    We're SO grateful for every single gift we receive--whether it comes with a promise of future gifts or not. None of our ministry is possible without the generosity of our community. One-time donations can be given to general campus ministry, or to our building project.

We've got answers! Fill out the form below instead, and someone from the Agape Community will reach out to you directly.