Moving Towards Sustainability

Sustainability asks the question, how can we be sure this thrives not only in the present moment but also into the future? How can we meet our needs today without neglecting our needs in a year, 5 years, 10 years from now?

While sustainability is often thought about in regards to agriculture or environmental stewardship, Agape Scholars International is focusing on financial sustainability in all three of our programs in Blantyre, Limbe, and Mbayani as well. We are asking: How can we make sure that all of our students are cared for not just for today, but for the future as well?

Our vision is to see Agape Scholars International become sustainable by having each of our students sponsored at all three centers sponsored.

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Sponsor a student like Martha.

Through sponsoring any of our Agape House students, your generous donation will accumulate collectively and will ultimately benefit all of our students as we are able to maintain our feeding programs, support our teaching staff, afford new school materials and uniforms, and have wiggle room to provide fun activities for our students beyond their desk and notebooks.

By joining as a sponsor at just $30 a month, you have the opportunity to positively impact not only one student, but ultimately all the vulnerable children who are taking shelter with us.

To become a sponsor, click here.

To learn more about who Agape Scholars International is, what we do, and why we are doing it click here. 

As always, thank you so much for your faithful love and support. We look forward to partnering with you!

 

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