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By Brianna StephensElizabeth Stevens and her students in the Rockcastle County High School Honors Club have supported Christian Appalachian Project’s Grateful Bread Food Pantry for a number of years by packing food boxes for seniors in the community...

By Brianna StephensWhen the counselors and staff of Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Family Life Counseling Service left their offices in March because of COVID-19, they immediately jumped online that afternoon to provide the program’s first...

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By Brianna StephensBrad Hunt continues to fight against food insecurity through his full-time staff position at Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Grateful Bread Food Pantry in Rockcastle County.Hunger impacts far too many children, their...

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By: Brianna StephensDuring the pandemic, the staff of Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Elderly Services Program have continued to support the needs of participants.“There is a fear and an uncertainty going on. When our participants are worried...

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By: Tina BrysonHunger walks among us and hurts far too many children, their families, and seniors in Appalachia. Helena Gallant, a former long-term volunteer and AmeriCorps member, supports the annual Hunger Walk sponsored by Christian Appalachian...

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