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 Interactive Cap Map

Welcome to CAP’s interactive map. Last year, more than 15,000 people in need were served through 16 direct human service programs in Eastern Kentucky alone. In addition to the programs highlighted below, CAP offers elderly services, in-home respite care, in-home infant/toddler services, prescription assistance, family advocacy and much more.

Christian Appalachian Project Headquarters

Appalachia is home to many proud Americans, but it is also home to some of the poorest regions of our nation. To help address the needs of people in poverty, Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) makes its home in Eastern Kentucky.

WorkFest and Housing

CAP provides home repair and reconstruction services on a year-round basis to ensure that families and individuals have safe, warm, and dry housing. In addition, each year CAP encourages college students to spend their spring break volunteering at WorkFest, an effort to repair or rebuild approximately 20 homes in a short period of time.
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Camp AJ (Summer Camp)

Camp AJ provides a rewarding week of learning and fun to hundreds of Appalachian children. The full-service facility is nestled in the Daniel Boone National Forest, features a small lake, and is surrounded by a beautiful forest.
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Grateful Threadz Thrift Store

The Grateful Threadz Thrift Store allows community members with low incomes to purchase items they otherwise may not be able to afford. Access to new and gently-used clothing and other necessities inspires both adults and children with confidence and a level of self-worth.
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Grateful Bread Food Pantry

The Grateful Bread food pantry provides free and nutritious food to eligible individuals and families. Many households are unable to afford the most basic groceries and must often choose between purchasing food and providing safe, warm, and dry homes or accessing health care for their families. CAP helps fill the gap.
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Child and Family Development Centers

CAP operates two Child and Family Development Centers. Both locations provide center-based and home-based programs for children from infancy to five years old. In a region with relatively few high-quality child development resources, our centers create a place for local children that is safe and educational.
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Operation Sharing Warehouse

The Operation Sharing™ program collects donated goods from caring partners and corporations in our two warehouses in Kentucky. These goods are then sorted and delivered to the families and individuals in Appalachia who need them most. CAP partners with more than 1,200 nonprofit organizations, community-based agencies, and churches throughout the region to handle distribution.
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Camp Shawnee (Summer Camp)

Camp Shawnee may be the longest, continuous running camp in Eastern Kentucky. The camp is not only a source of fun activities for Appalachian Children, but it also provides the opportunity to learn important life skills such as leadership, safety, team building, self-esteem, and respect for others.
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Disaster Relief

CAP’s Disaster Relief Program provides immediate assistance to areas in Appalachia suffering damage from floods, winter storms, tornadoes, and other major catastrophes. Disasters disproportionately affect people living in poverty, who typically do not have the means to cope with short-term losses (food, water, medication) or loss of property like homes and automobiles. CAP is there to help with whatever is needed.
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