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Shannon, Julia and Kody on a hiking trip
Blog, Volunteer Recruitment, Volunteer Voices

What's so special about 8:13 p.m?Every day, my watch alarm buzzes at 8:13pm—a reminder of community. McCreary House has just three volunteers—Julia, Kody, and myself—and while some may think that community living as a volunteer would benefit from a...

Blog, Press Releases

MOUNT VERNON, Ky. — Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) and the Rockcastle County School District have had a long-standing partnership to serve students and their families. This foundation opened doors to continue to meet the needs of the most...

Blog

Betty spends most days in her home alone, isolated from the world, not because of COVID-19, but as her daily reality since her husband passed away some years ago. This senior living in Appalachia without family nearby has counted on Christian...

Benny Mattis
Blog, Volunteer Recruitment, Volunteer Voices

In "Hills and Valleys," Tauren Wells sings about high points (mountains) and low points (valleys) in the life of faith:On the mountains, I will bow my lifeTo the one who sent me thereIn the valley, I will lift my eyesTo the one who sees me thereAs...

A camper and camp counselor wearing life jackets, smiling.
News, Volunteer Recruitment

Will you make this summer a Summer of Service? This May 31 - July 24, Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is inviting volunteers aged 18+ to serve in our Summer Camps. CAP Summer Camps serve children in Appalachian Kentucky who might not...

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