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CAP in the News

  Appalachia, the swath of heartland America that stretches from the southern tier of New York to the northern reaches of Alabama and Georgia, is home to roughly 25 million people and some of the deepest pockets of poverty in the country. Read full...

News, Volunteer Recruitment

Though the third and final priority consideration application date in our admissions timeline has passed, Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is continuing to accept applications to join our August Long-Term (One Year) Volunteer and AmeriCorps...

Volunteer Voices

We asked Long-term Volunteer and AmeriCorps Member Tim Fasano to share a little about the Christian Appalachian Project Volunteer Program pillars of Community and Spirituality. See what he had to say! Tim is serving as a long-term volunteer and an...

Father Beiting from Christian Appalachian Project on Vimeo....

Press Releases

MARTIN, Ky. — Dr. Terry Swan, dean of the chapel at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, KY, was the featured speaker at Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) observance of National Day of Prayer Thursday. This year’s theme of Unity struck a perfect...

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