"Save one life...Save the world"

The Agape House, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, founded by Kiti Ward (Executive Director) that serves as a bridge to equip and empower single women (18-24) from all religious, ethnic and racial backgrounds.

It serves heterosexual, LGBTQ+, with an emphasis on the under-served, over-represented which are women of color who have been in foster care, or who have aged-out of foster care or those who simply are at-risk of being homeless and/or exploited.

We provide a place where they can grow and develop while receiving housing, wrap-around therapeutic services, job training, academic and employment training, living skills and more.








Help Bridge a Girl's Future

Help us save a life ...

We are One of the Fast Pitch Semi-Finalists for Seattle Venture Partners!

Check out Social Venture Partners Site for more information.

Join us for the SVP Fast Pitch 2016 Final Showdown !!


Our House

Seattle, WA

The AGAPE HOUSE is in motion!

In 2016, we acquired our first rental home and our campaign continues to raise the $100,000/year to cover operating costs and services.

In the next year we hope to expand with additional rental housing units and services. We will accomplish this through contributions from private donors, individuals, faith-based organizations, grants awarded, and through social-entrepreneurship.


Statistics and FAQ'S

"According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, 60% of exploited or trafficked youth have been in the foster care system".

In Seattle and King County, African/Black American are over represented and under served. While they account for 7% of the overall population, African-American kids make up approximately 1/3 of the children in the foster care system and 1/3 of homeless youth in King County.

We Were Nominated for BECU "People Helping People Awards"

CONGRATULATIONS to the AgapeHouse for being a recipient of BECU's annual People Helping People Award for outstanding non-profits making a remarkable difference for groups that need it most. WAY TO GO!!! #BECU #PEOPLEHELPINGPEOPLE #ontherise

Check out our recognition at BECU!



Starting off we can help 3 Young Women in our 1st home in Seattle




  • We have a house!
  • Pilot Program
  • This 3 bedroom rental supports 3 women
  • $50,000/year
  • Staff: $50,000/year


  • 7 Bedroom Rental
  • $150,000/year
  • Staff: $80,000/year


  • Purchase 7 Bedroom Facility OR
  • Multi-use Building/Land
  • $500,000 Investment
  • Retail and Agape House
  • Staff: $100,000/year per House
  • Social Entrepreusnhip and Solvency
  • Throughout King County


Funding Sources:

  • State-Funded extender foster care ($500-$700/youth/month)
  • Agape Online Consignment Store (In the works!!)
  • Grants and Awards like SVP Fast Pitch
  • Text Giving
  • Events and Fundraising
  • Inaugural Agape Benefit- Oct 20th @ 6PM
  • Endowment
  • Employee Giving
  • Etc

education and empowerment

A Bridge to personal empowerment instead of homelessness, exploitation and even prison.

Through your valued partnership, we can provide these young women with housing, the support system and time to develop their gifts, know their worth as a valued member of our community, and become the person they are intended to be.

  • Safe Housing
  • Education
  • Training
  • Culturally-Competent Care
  • Therapy and Medical Services
  • Jobs/Internships
  • Mother Mentoring
  • And More!!


The Agape House is committed to interrupting this cycle. Our early intervention programs are intentional and create a seamless transition from foster care to The Agape House. We want to reach our girls before the streets do. We will accomplish this through having a support system for these young women.

Our Leadership team will consist of 10+ Board Members, 7+ Volunteer "Dream Team Advisory Group" and 10+ Community of Women who will be the Mother/Mentor Volunteers to help these women become who they were always intended to be.


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