You are here

Blog/News

CAP in the News

It was difficult to find a place to park on Saturday at the Grateful Threadz Thrift Store in Mt. Vernon as the lot was full of families flocking to Santa Day to speak with the man in red and receive gifts. A toy drive by Kappa Omicron Nu Honor...

CAP in the News

Wanting to travel and a desire to help people drew Ariel Dawson to the Christian Appalachian Project, a non-profit organization headquartered in Paintsville that focuses on helping the people of eastern and southeastern Kentucky.Read full story at...

Mountain Spirit

It’s that time of year in Appalachia where friends begin to make social media posts begging for information about where to find ripe pawpaws. Private messages are exchanged andsecret locations are disclosed. Timing is critical because the fresh...

CAP in the News

For some, the space under the tree will be empty."There are a lot of families that struggle this time of year. You have a lot more bills because of cold weather...so we want to make sure that the children are able to get toys," says Sherri Barnett,...

Blog, Volunteer Recruitment

“I kept asking God what I should do with my life, and God kept answering: ‘I dunno Greg, what do you want to do?’”  -Greg Wagner, CAP Alum As a kid raised in a more conservative corner of Massachusetts, stories of missionaries giving their...

Pages