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CAP in the News

By Tina BrysonThe fundamental building block for fundraising is relationships. This is true for major gift officers who sit across from donors to share a meal or a conversation. It is also true for direct response professionals who must skillfully...

News, Volunteer Recruitment

In our daily work to carry out the mission of building hope, transforming lives, and sharing Christ’s love through service in Appalachia, no one plays a more instrumental role than our volunteers and AmeriCorps members. Volunteers go out on home...

Volunteer Voices

By Jenette VogtToday, as I sat outside on the porch at camp I realized how quiet it was. I listened to the spring birds singing their songs, watched the wind blow through the trees, and was mesmerized by the constant ripples on the lake. Camp was...

CAP in the News

Thanks to Christian Appalachian Project, a handful of Eastern Kentucky women are spending a couple of days relaxing, networking and having fun. The 14th Annual Women's Retreat is from May 9-11 at Camp Andrew Jackson in McKee, Ky. This year 38 women...

Volunteer Voices

By Shannon BryantOnly four short weeks ago before my first WorkFest began, I would hear the word “Workfest” and be filled with nervousness. I would silently pray and ask for courage and the grace to lead. Despite my prayers, I still could not shake...

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