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Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is building hope, transforming lives, and sharing Christ's love through service in Appalachia.

Click here to download our latest Press Kit as a .zip (compressed) file. (Last updated Feb. 14, 2017)

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Recent Press Releases

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MARTIN, Ky. — Kelly Martin Hicks, executive director of Youth Go, has been bringing teens to Kentucky for spring break since 2006. Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) hosts YouthFest annually as an alternative to traditional spring break options....

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ANNVILLE, Ky. — Three high school students decided to spend spring break in Jackson County at Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) YouthFest. What started as a service trip for these teens from Louisville, Ky. turned into much more. They learned...

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PRESTONSBURG, Ky. — Students from Rhodes College recently spent spring break week working to make homes safe, warm, and dry for families in need in Floyd County, Ky. College students from around the country chose to partner with families and...

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PRESTONSBURG, Ky. — Students from Michigan State University (MSU) recently returned from a spring break trip where they spent a week working to make homes safe, warm, and dry for families in need in Floyd County, Ky. The Spartans joined many other...

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MOUNT VERNON, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project’s Family Life Child and Family Development Center (CFDC) has been certified as a 4-Star provider in the STARS for KIDS NOW program, the highest certification available. This achievement signifies a...