Agape House Hosts Annual Information Night - Agape House Heals


AN EVENING TO GIVE THEM HOPE offers awareness of non-profit agency’s missionAgape new logo final color

Walworth, Wis., October 2, 2014 – Agape House is hosting its annual information night on October 23 with a signature event entitled An Evening to Give Them Hope. The public is invited to attend to learn more about the services Agape House provides through multi-faceted programs that meet the needs of girls and families who struggle with the effects of abuse and addiction. The evening will include a silent auction, inspirational guest speakers, a gourmet dinner, and stories about the lives that have been changed at Agape House through the educational, counseling, and mentoring programs offered.

When: Thursday, October 23, 2014
5:00 p.m. Registration; 6:30 p.m. Dinner
Where: Geneva National Club,1221 Geneva National Ave. South, Lake Geneva, WI
Tickets: $35.00 per person; $300 for a table of ten. Reservations required.
For ticket information and to RSVP, contact Kristine Weir-Martell at 262-325-8944 or

Agape House is the only private residential home and school for girls in the state of Wisconsin. The non-profit organization offers hope and healing to abused or distressed girls ages 12
through 28. Founded in 1997, Agape House offers Christian counseling services, a mentoring program, individualized educational courses, and a safe environment where the girls can
heal. Agape girls work to overcome the effects of abuse, addiction, and past hurts through the guidance and support of professional staff and dedicated volunteers. Agape House includes the Agape School, Agape Teen Home, Transitional Living Home, and the Agape Counseling Center. The non-profit organization is largely sustained from the generous support of individuals, church groups, service groups, and business organizations, as well as foundation grants and robust community involvement.

About Agape House
Since 1997, Agape House is a Christian ministry working to help girls and young women overcome the effects of abuse and trauma. The Agape program offers Agape Home, a Christ-centered, non-denominational residential and transitional home; Agape School, individualized academics for resident and non-resident girls; mentoring for girls and young women; and counseling services for the girls, their families, and the greater community. Founded by Ben and Pam Patterson, Agape House is a non-profit organization sustained by monetary donations and the work of volunteers with only 25-percent of funding coming from tuition fees. Visit for more information.

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