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By Richmond PowersHope can arrive in many forms: like macaroni and cheese in a box or prepackaged fruit in a cup. This was evident when nearly 300 pounds of food was donated to Christian Appalachian Project’s Grateful Bread Food Pantry by First...

CAP Home Repair Jobsite
Blog, Volunteer Recruitment, Volunteer Voices

As a Housing volunteer and AmeriCorps member, my last day out on the jobsite was the final Wednesday in March, the 25th. That's about two weeks after March Madness was canceled and all the craziness with the coronavirus flared up.I've mentioned...

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A Day at the Food PantryHow grateful I am to write and thank CAP's supporters for their caring support of the people in need in Appalachia.I want to talk about how our donor's generosity is delivering emergency food and sharing Christ’s love by...

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By: Richmond PowersA roof is meant to protect. For Janice and her family such a basic structural function quickly became an uncertainty when driving rains and wind compromised the safety of her mobile home from top to bottom, straight through the...

Blog, Press Releases

Christian Appalachian Project continues to serve vulnerable populations in Eastern KentuckyBy: Tina BrysonPAINTSVILLE, Ky. — As the country continues to face unprecedented needs in the face of Coronavirus, nonprofits like Christian Appalachian...

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