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Volunteer Alumni Updates

 This issue also available as a PDF.CAP celebrates the Servant’s Servant Most of us who chose to become involved in the mission of the Christian Appalachian Project remember why we came. We came to serve. We were ready to teach,...

Feature Story

On April 9, the Christian Appalachian Project’s family of past and present board members, employees and their families, donors, and media came together at the Kentucky Theater in Lexington, Kentucky, for a very special CAP milestone: the premiere of...

Feature Story

The students at Drexel Avenue School in Westbury, New York, definitely live up to their motto, “We Get Smart, Have Heart and Stay Fit.” These big-hearted students went above and beyond the call of duty to love our brothers and sisters in Christ by...

Feature Story

For some nonprofit organizations that serve children, bus transportation might be considered a luxury, limited to occasional field trips or special events. But at CAP’s Child Development Centers (CDC), buses are a cornerstone to daily participation...

Volunteer Voices

I saw God at Camp Shawnee. I met him in the morning as the sun rose to disperse the beautiful cloud that had nestled on our mountain during the night. I saw His hand on the pulse of each volunteer counselor as they so willing went about His work. I...

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