We Appreciate the Support from our Community Leaders!

Though Agape House seeks town council & mayoral support that does not represent that our nonprofit is politically attached to any political party.  
As a local nonprofit we work closely with the city councils, mayors, & clubs.  Agape House does not support one political party.

Prescott Rotary Club Supports Agape House

Dear Becky & Mike,

What a wonderful service you give to those struggling with homelessness, abuse, and unemployment. Our club members appreciate that Agape House goes beyond the basics and addresses the spiritual, emotional aspects of an individual. Your presentations were factual and we could tell – heart felt.

Thank you for information our club about the important work Agape House does for the less fortunate.

Best Regards,
Rotary Club of Prescott, Secretary

Heights Church in Prescott Supports Agape House

United Way Supports Agape House

From United Way:

“Agape House is yet another non-profit making a difference in Yavapai County by providing essential resources and support to those facing personal crisis related to homelessness or displacement due to domestic violence or eviction. Agape House offers shelter to families, helping them get back on their feet until they can afford permanent housing elsewhere without becoming homeless again. Agape House also provides counseling services, job training opportunities and referral services so that their clients can access long-term assistance when needed.”

Mary Mallory, Yavapai County Board of Supervisors

Declares November 2022 as Homeless Awareness Month.

Kel Palguta, Mayor of Prescott Valley, Arizona

Declares November 2022 as Homeless Awareness Month.

Prescott Town Council

Declares November 2022 as Homeless Awareness Month.

Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona

Declares November 2022 as Homeless Awareness Month.

Jack Miller, Mayor of Chino Valley, Arizona

Declares November 2022 as Homeless Awareness Month.

AZ Federation of Republican Women Featured Nonprofit

AZ Federation of Republican Women designated Agape House of Prescott as their featured Nonprofit.

Prescott Mayor Greg Mengarelli

“Community Health Needs Assessment states there are 31,859 people living in poverty in our county.  So it is something that is important that we need to address and I want to thank Agape House of Prescott for their work in this area.”  ~ Mayor Greg Mengarelli, Jan 4, 2021

Read full article at Signalsaz.com

Prescott Valley Mayor Kell Palguta

“It is always our pleasure to support such a great institution that makes a positive difference in our area.  All the best to you!”

 Kell Palguta, Prescott Valley Mayor

“We support your vision at helping

homeless high school kids.”


~ Your Friends From, Child Support Services