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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...

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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...

Press Releases

MOUNT VERNON, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Grateful Threadz Thrift Store received two brand-new steamers from The Jiffy Steamer Company, based in Union City, TN. The steamers will be used by Grateful Threadz staff to prepare donated...

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) announced the naming of its board room and training location to honor former board of directors chair and his wife. Tony and Myra Raiche are long-time supporters of CAP’s mission to build hope,...

Volunteer Voices

  I am considered middle-aged. I don’t feel that way, but I am technically. I am not a college student. I am not a 20-, 30-, or even a 40-something. I am close to retirement age, but not retired. Why would I, along with my husband, quit our jobs and...

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