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When disaster struck Johnson County, CAP’S disaster relief team was there to help families and seniors, like Ron, recover. Ron was one of 46 names that CAP received to contact after the August 22, 2014, floods in Johnson County. After two weeks of...

Feature Story

Mrs. Gwen Newcomb was honored on June 3, 2014, for 40 years of service to Christian Appalachian Project. Gwen started at CAP when she was a senior in high school. Since then, she has held many positions here, such as working in data entry and as a...

Volunteer Recruitment

Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is currently accepting applications for our August 2015 long-term volunteer orientation class. Long-term CAP Volunteers make a commitment of one year to Service, Community, and Spirituality. Volunteers tackle the...

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The last few weeks have been very busy. In the past four weeks we have had four groups come and stay at the Foley Center and work at various job sites during the days. Each group has been unique, but all were full of energy and ready to work. One...

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As a volunteer, you never know what you will be doing one day to the next. We make plans and we stick to those plans as much as possible, but there are always opportunities to do things that you might not have the chance to do otherwise. We have the...

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