Agape International Spiritual Center
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Action Agape

Action Agape

Action Agape serves diverse communities within metropolitan Los Angeles both independently and in partnership with community-based organizations. Approximately four hundred Agape community members participate each year in projects providing both physical services such as painting and cleaning, in addition to organizing community events and more.

Project recipients include:

  • Children’s Lifesaving Foundation-Circle X Ranch
  • Southern California Library
  • Free Arts for Abused Children
  • Earth Day LA
  • Venice Community Garden
  • WCAC Women’s Shelter
  • Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace
  • Food from the Hood
  • National Park Service
  • Annual Holiday Toy Drive

Meetings:

    • Visioning - Last Sunday of each month

If you are interested in serving in this ministry’s programs, exploring a partnership with CommonUnity, or in receiving its services, please contact:

David Silverstein, Director
310-348-1260 x1515 or send an email using the form below:


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EmpowerLA is about helping each person to realize that we are ALL capable of making a positive difference in others' lives. EmpowerLA Volunteer Directors (Mentors) are committed to working one on one with individuals to help each and every one find their passion and purpose.

EmpowerLA's vision is for Los Angeles to lead the world in people helping people. Their mission is to establish Los Angeles as the world model for engaging people in helping others, and to provide an avenue for people who want to get involved but don't know how. Additionally, EmpowerLA provides nonprofit organizations with an avenue to recruit from the school community for the school community.

Agape International Spiritual Center, through Action Agape, is now part of the EmpowerLA collaborative. We want you to use your creative mind to create your own ideal service opportunity based upon your talents, passions, and personal goodness. As part of this process, each volunteer will be matched up with their own personal EmpowerLA Mentor.

To help find your purpose, go to http://www.aunitedworld.org/Findyourpurpose.asp.

For more information, visit:
www.EmpowerLA.net  

or contact:
Volunteer Center of Los Angeles
Tel: (818) 908-5066
Fax: (818) 908-5147

or email:
Arlan@WeTheWorld.org