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Volunteer Voices

Last month, we commissioned a new group of long-term volunteers who are joining us in our mission to build hope, transform lives, and share Christ’s love through service in Appalachia. These individuals, representing a diversity of ages, faith...

Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) has received an AmeriCorps grant from the Kentucky Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service (KCCVS) for the 2016-17 fiscal year. The grant supports 51 full-time members who will commit one year (1,700...

Christian Appalachian Project received over $58,600 in incentives from Kentucky Power for implementing multiple energy-saving projects.Christian Appalachian Project's new energy-saving headquarters is located in Paintsville, Ky.CAP earned the...

It is always nice to receive letters of encouragement from our gracious donors. Recently, we received one letter that really stood out. We would like to share Teresa’s story and letter with you.Teresa began giving to Christian Appalachian Project in...

CAP in the News

TOPS in Lexington magazine recently highlighted Christian Appalachian Project in the Notable Nonprofits issue. The article featured Michael, who arrived as a preschooler at CAP’s Eagle Child and Family Development Center in McCreary County three...

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