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Mountain Spirit

 Much of the work accomplished by CAP is made possible by the generosity, support, and service of community and corporate partners. Louisville-based Texas Roadhouse has been a valued corporate partner for the past seven years, sending volunteer...

Mountain Spirit

In nearly every child’s classroom in America hangs a chart. These charts vary in size, shape, décor, and even in the content of the data they measure. Some represent good behavior or kind deeds; others may gauge academic accomplishments or completed...

Mountain Spirit

By Bridget McCormackGrowth takes time. Relationships take time. Building a community of care – one that lifts, gives hope to, and walks alongside people in need – takes time. It also takes grace and the belief that when everyone’s gifts are brought...

Volunteer Voices

 By Maria Hartz     Shauna Niequist writes in her book Present Over Perfect that “I’m learning that body and soul require more tenderness and attentiveness than I had imagined” – a lesson I’m also learning for myself as I’ve...

CAP in the News

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