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A newly minted college graduate, Louisa Gould had just one more thing to accomplish before beginning her post-graduate life. She wanted to volunteer. More than 30 years ago, in 1987, her mother volunteered with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP)...

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By Brianna StephensWhile she was a student in Rockcastle County Schools, Katherine Coffey learned how hunger impacts her community through her involvement in Christian Appalachian Project’s Grateful Bread Food Pantry and its annual Hunger Walk event...

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By Brianna StephensBased on his experiences with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP), Jim Wallace said the face of hunger knows no boundaries when it comes to age. The goal of CAP’s annual Hunger Walk is to educate the community about how to help...

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The family drove up on a Friday. When they asked if Grateful Bread Food Pantry was open that day, they were initially told, ”No, but please come back on Tuesday when we will be open for distribution.” Then Sherri Barnett, manager of the program,...

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By Brianna StephensChristian Appalachian Project’s Housing Program in Johnson, Floyd, and Martin Counties has welcomed back its first group of volunteers since COVID-19 restrictions shut down indoor work projects in March 2020.“Last week was the...

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