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March 27, 2020

The state of our country, and many other countries around the world, are in complete panic over the Corona virus (COVID-19) pandemic. The uncertainty is affecting us all; particularly those who are especially vulnerable: the elderly, expectant mothers, kids, and people with autoimmune deficiencies. There are also those who were…

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Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break

February 11, 2020

Alternative Spring Break, is a volunteering opportunity for students who are looking for a way to make a difference in the world, while they are on a break from school. Through fun activities, students with a service mindset can create lasting change for communities around the world. 

Through this free two-day…

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Three Unique Ways To Give Back This Holiday Season

December 18, 2019

The holidays remind us of what is the most important. For some, it may be family—others, may value community. There are numerous humanitarian efforts that are common around the holidays: turkey drives, volunteering at a soup kitchen, and buying toys for orphan kids are just a few. However, there are…

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How To Choose The Perfect Holiday Gift For Everyone On Your List

December 10, 2019

This time of year is filled with long shopping lines, credit card debt through the roof, and temporarily satisfied kids. After the holidays have passed, a lot of kids stop playing with their new toys. Some toys even remain unopened. Then there’s the issue of shopping for your…

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Local artist Brent Rosenberger

And The Winner Is...

November 18, 2019

Near the end of our last catalog season, we advertised a greeting card contest to help us come up with a new design to be sold by us, but created by one of you! After reviewing the entries, we are proud to announce Brent Rosenberger as the winner of our…

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Food Pantry

World Food Day

October 16, 2019

In the US, one in six people suffer from food insecurity. The fact of this statistic is, it takes just one devastating life event for things to spiral out of control, causing one to need assistance for basic daily necessities. Think about that for a moment. We are a nation…

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Indigenous Peoples' Day

October 14, 2019

Many cities across America have adopted and declared October 14th as Indigenous Peoples’ Day. It’s a celebration in remembrance of the many indigenous people who lived and currently live in the U.S.A. As you may know, AGI’s office is based in Wichita, KS and on October 9, 2019…

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Day Of The Girl

October 11, 2019

"We need to uphold the equal rights, voices and influence of girls in our families, communities and nations. Girls can be powerful agents of change, and nothing should keep them from participating fully in all areas of life." — UN Secretary-General António Guterres

Right now, in an undeveloped country, a…

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