CAP in the News

CAP partners with Appalachian Service Project to build 10 new homes for flood families. Lt. Governor of Kentucky joins nonprofits to shine light on this joint endeavor. WKYT reports.   ...

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CAP and ASP partner to build new homes for 10 families impacted by the 2022 floods.
Press Release

FISTY, Ky. (July 26, 2023) – Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman joined Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) and Appalachia Service Project (ASP) to recognize the one-year anniversary of historic flooding in the area. Generous donations to CAP created an...

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WOWK 13 News
CAP in the News

The Caudill household in Wayland, KY, suffered heavy damage during the 2022 flooding. CAP is assisting families like the Caudills by providing resources and materials for rebuilding. When tragedy strikes, CAP is in it for the long haul. Read more...

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Herald Leader
CAP in the News

Christian Appalachian Project is facing increased demand for food assistance due to high levels of food insecurity. The expiration of COVID-era programs, rising inflation, and changes in SNAP requirements have worsened the situation. Other...

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CDC Preschool Graduation

By Abigail Martin  Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Family Life Child Development Center (CDC) hosts Kindergarten Readiness each year after preschool graduation to prepare students for the upcoming school year. This program is important...

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