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Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is building hope, transforming lives, and sharing Christ's love through service in Appalachia.

Click here to download our latest Press Kit as a .zip (compressed) file. (Last updated Feb. 14, 2017)

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CAP Counselor Dale Hamilton awarded 2016 Outstanding Mental Health Counselor
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Photo cutline: (left) Tammy Hurst, President of Kentucky Counseling Association, presents Wendell “Dale” Hamilton with the 2016 Outstanding Mental Health Counselor Award. PAINTSVILLE, Ky. — Wendell “Dale” Hamilton, a Christian Appalachian...

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Guy Adams, President/CEO of Christian Appalachian Project (CAP), celebrates CAP’s Lexington Open House with Hannah Amburgey, who collected more than 300 coats for CAP, and Kentucky State Treasurer Allison Ball.LEXINGTON, Ky. — Christian Appalachian...

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MOUNT VERNON, Ky. — Hannah Amburgey had a dream that generosity could save lives. This was the beginning of her campaign to collect coats so that other children in Eastern Kentucky would not be cold during the winter months. This year she collected...

university ot notre dame college students volunteer to repair homes for people in need in appalachia
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University of Notre Dame students joined with staff and volunteers from Christian Appalachian Project to work on a young family’s home that was damaged by fire.PARKERS LAKE, Ky. — Fall in Kentucky brings rich autumn colors from Cumberland Falls to...

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BEREA, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) honored Berea College as a Champion of Appalachia at its second annual award celebration Oct. 20. Berea College has made a significant impact on the central Appalachian region. The first interracial...

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