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Christian Appalachian Project is now accepting applications for our January 2015 orientation class. Applications will be reviewed in the order they are received, so apply early for the greatest choice of service placements. We will also review...

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CAP operates two summer camps, Camp Andrew Jackson (AJ) and Camp Shawnee. The camp mission is to provide an affordable summer camp to low-income families who otherwise would not be able to attend. At camp, children ages 6 to 15 receive three meals a...

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These siblings from Boston, Massachusetts, have dedicated their time to serving families in need in Appalachia. Suin started her journey with CAP by volunteering with WorkFest in 2013. WorkFest is an alternative spring break for college students...

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March 26, 2014, was an eventful day at the Kentucky State Capitol, as Senator Alice Forgy Kerr acknowledged the Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) for 50 years of service in Appalachia. Senator Kerr read CAP’s resolution and recognized the...

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  One of the most memorable books I've read since I've been here is called “Oil and Honey: The Education of an Unlikely Activist”. It’s a book by Bill McKibben, an environmental activist who writes about the consequences of global warming and how...

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