A LITTLE ABOUT US

Project Agape is a Black-led organization that was founded and is run by Black survivors who aim to educate on all aspects of gender-based violence and support and promote wellness in survivors. This is done through resources, educational and wellness workshops. We work in space that is survivor-centred, Black-centred and trauma informed in order to promote survivor advocacy, advocating for Black women and gender diverse individuals. 

 

OUR COMMITMENTS

COMMUNITY BUILDING

We aim to support and develop our community through increased support and love that we provide through the activities we do and our workshops. This is one of our key areas of focus here at Project Agape, and a source of much success for our organization. Get in touch with us today and see how you can lend a helping hand with this program.

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SUPPORT SERVICES

Our founder is a Black woman who struggled to find help as a Black survivor, due to the fact that none of the people she was referred to, were of Black descent or even identified as a woman. This is why it is a priority for our organization to be able to support BIPOC survivors. Most of our efforts pertaining to this program involve creating new and innovative ways to be able to aid the causes we aim to support. A large part of Project Agape is the events we plan and host, which may not all the time be about raising funds but also about providing emotional support to the individuals we work with.

OUTREACH AND EDUCATION

At Project Agape, everything we do aims to serve a purpose. We take every task our organization performs as a means of creating increased awareness and public understanding about the issues we aim to aid. We focus a large part of our work on educational and wellness workshops in order to educate youth through preventive methods and support survivors. We are invested in an innovative approach that empowers our community and delivers the support they need, when they need it.

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