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Blog/News

Volunteers needed as CAP opens Command Center to assist flood victims.
Press Release

MARTIN, Ky. – (August 1, 2022) Christian Appalachian Project's (CAP) Disaster Relief Program has set up a Command Center in Floyd County at our Foley Mission Center, 6134 KY-80, Martin, Kentucky. CAP will begin assessing the damage August 1 and...

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Christian Appalachian Project

Hunger Walk was started in 2012 to raise community awareness about food insecurity in Rockcastle County, where the pantry is located. September is Hunger Action Month and Hunger Walk takes place each year on the third Thursday of September. The...

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CAP prepares to assist flood victims.
Press Release

APPALACHIA – (July 29, 2022) Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Disaster Relief Program and Operation Sharing Program are coordinating efforts after devastating flooding struck multiple Kentucky counties, affecting more than 100,000 people....

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A group of volunteers in CAP's Housing program

Christian Appalachian Project has a singular mission - to build hope, transform lives, and share Christ's love through service. There is one mission, but many ways to serve.  Our volunteers make a difference in the lives of participants living in...

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Appalachian Media Institute was created to teach Appalachian youth media production skills.
Mountain Spirit

Appalachian Media Institute was created 34 years ago and teaches Appalachian youth media production skills. During a paid program every summer, interns from diverse backgrounds collaborate on documentaries exploring local community issues,...

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