NEWS RELEASE - August 19, 2016 PAINTSVILLE, Ky. – Christian Appalachian Project on Friday received over $58,600 in incentives from Kentucky Power for implementing multiple energy-saving projects. The nonprofit earned the
NEWS RELEASE - June 26, 2016 MOUNT VERNON, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Disaster Relief Program has been asked by our neighboring state to assist in assessments and cleanup after the heartbreaking floods that hit West Virginia.
NEWS RELEASE - August 02, 2016 WHITLEY CITY, Ky. — Starling Douglas is a man works hard to take care of his family and his neighbors, and makes no excuses for what life throws at him.He learned from his father how to grow a garden, and he lives
NEWS RELEASE - August 02, 2016 ENDICOTT, Ky. — Sally Collins embodies the quote, “Cooking with love is food for the soul.” Collins has cooked meals for the children of Floyd County for more than 15 years at Prestonsburg Elementary School.
A new Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) program is now serving children, their families, and seniors in need in McCreary County, Kentucky for the first time. CAP’s In-Home Respite Program serves Rockcastle, Johnson, and Martin Counties. In
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