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Blog/News

EMMA KRALL
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Ameri Corps member and one-year volunteer Emma Krall said her first experience serving with St. Annes Belfield School during CAP’s YouthFest led to her commitment to serve with CAP. ...

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You Gave Families In Appalachia Hope And Joy At Christmastime
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In 2021, families in Appalachia faced two major threats. During the pandemic, unemployment, financial hardship, and food insecurity caused major challenges. In addition, families in Eastern Kentucky are still struggling to recover after historic...

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 You Help Families Recover From Disasters
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After their home took on a foot of water during historic flooding in Eastern Kentucky, the Patton family received funds from CAP to stay at a hotel while they tried to find help for their home repairs. But when the funds ran out, the two children,...

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Your Generosity Helped Open A New Food Pantry
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Thanks to your compassion and support,Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) was able to open a new food pantry — our Eagle Food Pantry — last summer. This critically needed resource will do wonders to reduce physical and spiritual hunger in McCreary...

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Christian Appalachian Project
CAP in the News

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - One month after deadly tornadoes tore through parts of Bowling Green, recovery and rebuilding efforts are still going strong. Read more at wbko.com ...

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