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CAP in the News

Tom Compton travels with Christian Appalachian Project to repair buildings, provide disaster relief Not all disasters are hurricanes that wipe out large areas along coastlines. Some disasters are smaller in nature and get little - if any - press,...

Volunteer Voices

  Hey everyone, my name is Tim Fasano and I am an AmeriCorps member living in the McCreary community and serving in the Youth Worker position. I am from Long Island, New York and graduated this past May from the University of Dayton (UD). During my...

Volunteer Voices

Hello all! My name is Maria and I am a long-term volunteer serving as a Mission Groups Host, as well as an AmeriCorps Member serving in Family Advocacy and living in the Mount Vernon Volunteer Community. I am a recent graduate from The College of...

News

  Sorting through a mountain of pop-top meals, juice boxes, peanut butter crackers, and pop tarts, a group of students in Lexington, Ky. found a way to connect with elementary-aged children in need in Eastern Kentucky. This past May, Christ the King...

Mountain Spirit

“One of the great things about CAP is that we have a network of programs doing a beautiful job of addressing immediate, basic needs like food, shelter, and clothing. We have programs that will patch your leaky roof, nourish your hunger, or drive you...

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