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Suzann Fenton works with a child to help develop his sensory skills

“Our goal is to offer support, teaching strategies, and encouragement to the entire family,” says Suzann Fenton, educator for the Parents Are Teachers program at Christian Appalachian Project.Parents Are Teachers is a home-based, early intervention...

Caregivers enjoy a well-deserved night out at the movies.

Through Christian Appalachian Project’s Elderly Services program, CAP provides in-home respite to families throughout Eastern Kentucky who are caring for their loved ones, many of whom are suffering from an illness that requires 24-hour care.In this...

News, Volunteer Recruitment

You can help us make WorkFest and YouthFest special this March and April! Every spring, college and high school students come from all over the country to Appalachia to repair housing so that it is safe, warm, and dry for our participants. Providing...

Shannon Scruggs
Blog, News, Volunteer Recruitment, Volunteer Voices

Being a fresh college graduate is intimidating territory to traverse. Many friends and acquaintances pursued looking for their "dream job," some considered a break, and I had to figure out where I fit into this mix, and what exactly I was supposed...

Press Releases

By:Tina BrysonCORBIN, Ky. — The Latter-Day Saints Charities have partnered with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) to help people in need in Eastern Kentucky. The Latter-Day Saints donated 27 pallets totaling 42,000 pounds of food.“This is a...

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