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BEREA, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) honored Berea College as a Champion of Appalachia at its second annual award celebration Oct. 20. Berea College has made a significant impact on the central Appalachian region. The first interracial

Volunteer Voices

Day 1: Faith in Action (Part 1 of 3)By Dave Hendershot Dave Hendershot operates a circular saw, cutting wood to help repair Rachel's home.Taking care of people who suffer in poverty is a worldview of compassion that brilliantly reflects the

CAP in the News

Hollywood actress Gwendoline Yeo visited CAP programs in Rockcastle County after giving a financial gift to CAP to support initiatives in Appalachia.Courtesy of

CAP in the News

Students from Johnson Central High School and Paintsville High School received a visit from actress Gwendoline Yeo who encouraged them to live their dreams.Courtesy of EKB Nightly News 

CAP in the News

Gwendoline Yeo animated story time with preschoolers at CAP’s Family Life and Child Development Center in Mt. Vernon. Yeo was in town to get to know CAP programs. Read the full story.Courtesy the Lexington Herald-Leader, kentucky.comDonate Now