Volunteer Trainings

At Agape, we realize that a successful volunteer program is critical to our success and ability to serve the people and communities in Memphis. In fact, volunteering at Agape is the life force behind many of our ministries. Though all of our programs are directed by Agape staff, we utilize trained volunteers, which enables us to serve more people and make a bigger impact in the communities we serve.

Prerequisites for Volunteering :

  • Volunteer Application
  • Background Check
  • Volunteer Training
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Volunteer Opportunities

At Agape, we realize that a successful volunteer program is critical to our success and ability to serve the people and communities in Memphis. In fact, volunteering at Agape is the life force behind many of our ministries. Though all of our programs are directed by Agape staff, we utilize trained volunteers, which enables us to serve more people and make a bigger impact in the communities we serve.

Powerlines Community Network
Wednesday Nights, 5:00pm-7:30pm
3561 Claymore #2

Life Skills Assistance:  The mothers participating in our transitional housing program attend classes weekly to gain skills that will benefit them as they strive for self–sufficiency.  While they are in these classes, their children are also attending class.  We utilize volunteers to assist our staff with the children’s programming.

Monday Nights, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
3433 Briar Park #3
Literacy Champions

Allows volunteers to be trained and work in high-need elementary and middle schools in Powerlines Community Network communities, specifically with literacy support.  NO specific existing skills required. ALL training provided.

Wednesday Nights, 5:00pm-7:30pm
3561 Claymore #2

Life Skills Assistance:  The mothers participating in our transitional housing program attend classes weekly to gain skills that will benefit them as they strive for self–sufficiency.  While they are in these classes, their children are also attending class.  We utilize volunteers to assist our staff with the children’s programming.

Monday Nights, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
3433 Briar Park #3
Families in Transition
Wednesday Nights, 5:00pm-7:30pm
3561 Claymore #2

Life Skills Assistance:  The mothers participating in our transitional housing program attend classes weekly to gain skills that will benefit them as they strive for self–sufficiency.  While they are in these classes, their children are also attending class.  We utilize volunteers to assist our staff with the children’s programming.

Monday Nights, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
3433 Briar Park #3

Volunteer with your group

Volunteers are indispensable to the growing work that Agape is doing. In almost every facet of our programming, volunteers are needed to provide support. If you are interested in more information about how you or a group that you belong to can volunteer with us please call or email Elizabeth Liddell  at 901-323-3600 x13.

We make sure that you feel equipped to serve our agape communities.

In order to volunteer with Agape, individuals are required to attend a volunteer training which will prepare volunteers to work alongside our staff, serving our clients and give them tools necessary to make a lasting impact in the communities we serve. No worries, we won’t make you sit through endless hours of boring seminars. We have one 2 hour session at our main office, and the bonus is that we provide you with dinner. Sign up online to reserve your seat.

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Volunteer Training
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Volunteer Application