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For some nonprofit organizations that serve children, bus transportation might be considered a luxury, limited to occasional field trips or special events. But at CAP’s Child Development Centers (CDC), buses are a cornerstone to daily participation...

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Volunteer Voices

I saw God at Camp Shawnee. I met him in the morning as the sun rose to disperse the beautiful cloud that had nestled on our mountain during the night. I saw His hand on the pulse of each volunteer counselor as they so willing went about His work. I...

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 Mountain stands solid among other mountains protected by the hills. Mountain remains true through each season. Only the surface changes. My volunteer house and Camp AJ are snugly situated between our little hills out here in Jackson County. I have...

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WorkFest 2014 Blog Post 3 My experience at WorkFest was amazing! I enjoyed meeting all of the other volunteers who ranged from college students to grandparents. The best part was that the family was right there working alongside us. Serving others...

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Here at Christian Appalachian Project, we're thinking about warm weather, sunshine, and Summer Camp 2014. This year we look forward to welcoming hundreds of children to our two recreational camps serving children from low-income families. At camp,...

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