AG Home, formerly known as Andrew and Grace Home is a home for troubled teenagers. A Memorandum of Understanding was re-signed between Covenant Presbyterian Church (CPC) and Presbyterian Community Services (PCS) on 1 August 2010 to establish and manage AG Home, as a project and a full fledged Residential Home for Teenage girls at risk. PCS is registered under the Charities Act 1982 and is a member of the National Council of Social Services.
AG Home is administered by a Management Committee comprising representatives from Covenant Presbyterian Church, Presbyterian Community Services and Boscombe Life Church. CPC will bi-annually nominate the Chairman, Hon. Secretary, Hon. Treasurer and Executive Director plus three other members, of which two are co-opted with no voting rights to serve on Management Committee of the project. The Committee is charged with the responsibility of policy making, fund-raising measures, strategising and providing administrative control, supervision and guidance in all areas of the running of the Home where needed.
Our clients comprise of teenage girls who are either juvenile delinquents that are beyond parental control or are victims of sexual and/or physical abuse.
Being a self-financing voluntary welfare organization, we depend highly on public support to sustain our mission. You can help us by:-
- Volunteer at AG Home: We welcome Tutors, Art and Music teachers and workshop trainers who enjoy interacting with teenagers.
- Make a donation: Your cash donation is fully tax-deductible as we are registered under Presbyterian Community Services (PCS), a local charity with IPC status.
Kindly call, email or fax us, to make a donation.