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LEXINGTON, Ky. — Tis’ the season to be generous. Staff at Happen Stock Toys in Lexington are helping to make sure that children in Central Appalachia have a Merry Christmas. The store donated toys to Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) to be...

Volunteer Recruitment

  In March and April, hundreds of college and high school students spend their spring break helping Christian Appalachian Project make homes warm, safe, dry, and accessible for low-income families, the elderly, and persons wth disabilities. Last...

Volunteer Voices

By Helena Gallant Wondering about the title of my blog post? Well, I will get to that, after I tell my backstory. You see, my involvement with CAP and Appalachian Kentucky all started with Reverend Ralph Beiting, as most things have around here. For...

Volunteer Voices

By Maria Hartz “Alright, y’all let’s circle up” – a phrase I have now said more times than I can count as I have hosted mission groups that have come to CAP for a week of service. I’ve said it in the mornings before the group heads out to their job...

Volunteer Voices

By Jordan Wade There are a lot of things about the Camp Program that confuse people. A common question that I receive is, “What do you do during the school year?” During the school year myself and the other AmeriCorps members and staff from Camp...

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