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By Tina BrysonPAINTSVILLE, Ky. – The coronavirus pandemic has shuttered countless businesses, forced families to remain isolated in their homes and has resulted in millions of parents now being unemployed, without income, and in dire need of support...

Mountain Spirit

By Guy AdamsAs I write this, the world has been turned upside down for a time with the novel coronavirus global pandemic. The challenges we face bring the words of Thomas Paine to mind during the American Revolution, “These are the times that try...

Submitted by Maria HartzThe Grateful Bread Food Pantry is not my normal work location as an employee at Christian Appalachian Project. But during the days of COVID-19, not much is normal in my day-to-day work. Like many others across our ...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment, Volunteer Voices

When I joined Christian Appalachian Project (CAP)'s Camp Shawnee for a service year, I knew that I would be tutoring children in local schools. I expected certain challenges. What I didn't plan on was the schools closing completely due to COVID-19....

Press Releases

By Tina BrysonMOUNT VERNON, Ky. — Staff at Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) have been working to address rising needs in the region as more families need the services of CAP’s Grateful Bread Food Pantry. Additional families are signing up each...

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