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Students from St. Anne's-Belfield build a ramp during YouthFest.
Mountain Spirit

Three days after students from St. Anne’s-Belfield School built a new ramp at the home of Judy Stevens, it was needed to get her son ambulatory care. The ramp they built in 2018 continues to be transformational for the family. ...

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A devastated neighborhood in Western Kentucky after tornadoes impacted the area.
Mountain Spirit

Following the deadly tornadoes that impacted Western Kentucky in December 2021, CAP was asked to help with logistics of getting essential items to people in need. CAP managed the Bowling Green Distribution Center for a month, and during that time...

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CAP employees, volunteers, and community members learn how to set up cots for emergency shelters.
Press Release

APPALACHIA – (May 11, 2022) Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) recently hosted emergency shelter trainings in Rockcastle and Floyd Counties, educating volunteer trainees on the various aspects of effectively and efficiently running an emergency...

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Greg Hershberg, Jodie Elliott, and Ben Ridner stand with a table of donated shoes.
Press Release

Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Operation Sharing Program received a donation of 5,000 pairs of new children’s shoes from Rabbi Greg’s Shoe by Shoe Mission, based in Macon, Georgia. Operation Sharing will distribute the shoes to its community...

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Emmazell Gerken receives small surprises, like flowers, from CAP caseworkers.
Blog

Her infectious laugh belies the struggles she has lived as she has spent most of her life caring for others. Even at 78 years old and legally blind, she hasn’t lost the whimsy of her childhood, recounting how her father gave her the nickname...

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