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Why CAP?If you could wake up tomorrow and change the world for the better, would you do it? What price would you be willing to pay? Would you give up the chance to go on a vacation? A job promotion? How about dedicating a year of your life to the...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment, Volunteer Voices

As the traditional cheer of the 2019 holiday season settles into our memories, many find hope in 2020, not only as the beginning of a new year but also as the start of a whole new decade. Of course, not everyone agrees that 2020 is actually the...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment

It was a little more than a year ago when my first volunteer blog was posted on CAP's website, summarizing the winding road of my journey in faith and service. Since then, I've completed my year of service in CAP's Grateful Bread Food Pantry and...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment

"You're a far way from home."As I introduce myself to participants and locals, who don't hear a Southern twang when I speak, this is the response I receive. I laugh and tell them that they're not wrong, and for a second, I feel like I'm Dorothy in...

News, Volunteer Recruitment

"Building hope, transforming lives, and sharing Christ's love in Appalachia." How's that for a New Year's resolution? Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is still seeking enthusiastic volunteers and AmeriCorps members ready to make 2020 their...

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