Agape Children's Ministry

Modesto, CA

Founded: 1993

Tel: (209) 543-9255


Top LeaderMr. Wesley Corbitt

Donor Contact: Ms. Katie Suratt

Member Since: December 2, 2011

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $1,344,919
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $80,978
   Total Revenue $1,425,897
   Total Expenses $1,493,897
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $1,388,374
Total Liabilities $3,927
Net Assets $1,384,447
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Agape Children’s Ministry rescues street and other at-risk children in Kenya using our successful “Four Rs” family based care model of ministry: • RESCUE as many children from the streets as we can. • REDEEM by sharing the life-changing message of the Gospel. • REHABILITATE by providing extensive Christ-centered, trauma-based counseling to help children deal with the trauma they have endured, and by providing medical and academic assistance. • REINTEGRATE by responsibly placing the children back into their families or extended families and periodic home visits, until age 18, to ensure the child’s wellbeing. We provide consulting and training to other child care institutions in an effort to expand family reconciliation efforts in Kenya and elsewhere.

Since 1993, Agape Children's Ministry has been rescuing boys and girls from the streets of Kisumu, Kenya. You can join us in this work by sponsoring a bed (the Swahili word for bed is kitanda), where one of these rescued children now sleeps safely. The monthly cost of caring for one of our rescued boys or girls is $200. Your support will enable us to continue our work to rescue, redeem, rehabilitate, and reintegrate these beautiful children. Please join us!
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