Traditional Bank Volunteering
Mountain Spirit

We celebrate partners like Traditional Bank who volunteer their time and resources to people in need in Appalachia. “Partnerships, like the one we have with Traditional Bank, show the true power of community," said Bryce Dexter, CAP’s Corporate...

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Avery Ford, CAP volunteer and AmeriCorps member

By Brianna Stephens  At Christian Appalachian Project (CAP), we often consider our community of employees, volunteers, donors, partners, and participants one big family. Through our ongoing efforts to live out our mission of building hope,...

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Lisa Meldrum with CAP participant

The launch of Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) mobile classroom, in partnership with Save the Children, is taking the organization’s Infant/Toddler services directly to homes in McCreary County. The initiative not only ensures children from...

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CAP was recognized as an Eastern Kentucky Hero by SOAR.
Press Release

APPALACHIA – (May 2, 2023) Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) was recognized as an Eastern Kentucky Hero during the first Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) Eastern Kentucky Gala April 29. CAP received the honor alongside other regional...

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month.

The team of professional counselors who make up Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) Family Life Counseling Services (FLCS) are committed to meeting the specific needs of families and individuals in Eastern Kentucky through their broad base of...

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Our faith calls us and sustains us— that's why Christian Appalachian Project gathers for chapel each day. If you or a loved one are in need of prayers, please let us know and we will lift up your request.


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