Agape Gospel Mission


Agape Children’s Home first opened its doors in August 2000. Since then our home has continued to expand and now includes full-time residential care for orphans as well as children who have been abused, neglected, or enslaved; a Community At Risk program which educates, clothes, and feeds destitute children living around our compound; a complete K3-12 academy with an accredited high school, and a transition program for older children and young people. We believe in seeing each child safely into adulthood by providing their needs and then guiding them through the transition from education into vocation.

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Agape Academy International

Today the academy provides education for not only children in our home, but also for many children in the surrounding community.

Agape Children's Home

Children are accepted into our Home who have either lost both biological parents, have been brought to us by Ghana’s Department of Social Welfare due to abuse and neglect, or have been rescued out of slavery.  In most cases, extended family members are unable to adequately care for the child.   Unlike many other children’s homes in Ghana, our home is based on a community care model of helping children at risk. Each child lives in a separate family unit with foster parents and up to five other children. We provide each child with their own bed and clothes, nutrition, medical care, a quality education at Agape Academy, and a Christian foundation for life, just as they would have in a normal home environment.  Contact with the greater community is experienced on a daily basis, and interaction with relatives is encouraged.

In 2019, Agape Children’s Home entered into a partnership with International Justice Mission and opened our doors to care for children who have been rescued from slavery.

Community At Risk Program

The Community At Risk Program came as a response to the desperate poverty of the neighborhoods surrounding our Children’s Home. Our program provides a full scholarship to the Agape Academy, along with a school uniform, books, two nutritious meals a day, medical assistance, and family support.