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Although all long-term CAP Volunteers--no matter their age--are invited to live in intentional community, some volunteers who are married or retirement age choose to live independently.  One of those volunteers, Debra, reflects on her first...

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One week. Lasting Change. Christian Appalachian Project's home repair programs are often overwhelmed. Substandard housing is a persistent challenge in parts of Eastern Kentucky, and we have lengthy waiting lists of homeowners needing new windows,...

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We have a need for short-term volunteers to serve three weeks or longer, October-December. Short-term volunteers receive room and board and live in intentional community with other short-term and long-term volunteers. Apply today to join us this...

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Christian Appalachian Project is now accepting applications for our January 2015 orientation class. Applications will be reviewed in the order they are received, so apply early for the greatest choice of service placements. We will also review...

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CAP operates two summer camps, Camp Andrew Jackson (AJ) and Camp Shawnee. The camp mission is to provide an affordable summer camp to low-income families who otherwise would not be able to attend. At camp, children ages 6 to 15 receive three meals a...

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