Blog/News

Blog/News

CAP Disaster Relief volunteers strip wet dry wall and insulation from a flooded home.
Blog

Rita needed help. Not only was her home damaged and her car destroyed by recent devastating floods in Eastern Kentucky, but she needed medical attention. However, without her car, she had no way to get to a clinic or the emergency room for help. As...

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CAP in the News

LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – Flooding in Eastern Kentucky has destroyed the lives of people in Breathitt, Clay, Floyd, Knott, Letcher, Perry, and Pike counties. FOX 56 aired a special to share stories of those impacted by the floods and share ways to...

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A photo of two volunteers in the 1990s and in 2022

Guest blog by Johnetta, CAP Alumni It was amazing seeing Linda (we haven't seen each other since the 90s)! We definitely remained kindred spirits, with our hearts both moving in the same direction in life after CAP-- Social Work! Let me tell you...

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A volunteer sorts items for pickup at CAP's flood relief distribution center in Floyd County.
Press Release

MARTIN, Ky. – (August 9, 2022) Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Disaster Relief Program has opened a distribution center at 6134 KY-80 in Martin, Kentucky. The center will provide essential items like cleaning supplies, water, and diapers to...

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Gov. Beshear thanks CAP volunteers helping with donation intake.
Press Release

MARTIN, Ky. – (August 5, 2022) Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Disaster Relief Program is coordinating volunteers and donated goods to assist families in need in Knott, Perry, and Floyd Counties. A command center at Foley Mission Center in...

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