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Camp Shawnee, one of the oldest camps in Eastern Kentucky, continues to impact the lives of children. A generous, posthumous estate gift from Nancy Bradford recently enabled Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) to build a new girls’ dormitory for the...

As a Camp Program volunteer, one of the most common questions I receive is, “What do you do during the school year?” During the school year, members of this program go into schools within three counties to teach enriching curriculum. This year, our...

News, Volunteer Recruitment

Christian Appalachian Project (CAP), whose mission is to build hope, transform lives, and share Christ's love through service in Appalachia, has a critical need for volunteers to serve in our Summer Camp and Long-term (one year) programs in Eastern...

Volunteer Voices

As you may know, hunger and food scarcity is a significant challenge in this area (and if you didn't know, it is). It's a problem in many areas, but a big challenge here too. Hence the reason for a food pantry (or two or three). Children get food...

News

Guy Adams, President/CEO, Christian Appalachian Project, discussed the impact of the organization in Eastern Kentucky with best-selling author and nationally known speaker Annie F. Downs. The interview can be heard on The New Activist podcast which...

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