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 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...

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“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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 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...

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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...

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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...

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