A young boy enjoys a book at the 2022 Books for Kids Kick-Off at the Buffalo Hearing and Speech Center.

Stacks of thousands of shiny, new children’s books proudly stand in a donated room at Project FLIGHT’s Book Bank in The Buffalo and Erie County Library, waiting eagerly for their new homes. The fragrance of freshly inked pages fills the air as a...

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Stephen Butler, University of Scranton student, works on a home repair project during WorkFest.
Press Release

APPALACHIA – (April 13, 2022) Students from around the country spent their spring break in Appalachia repairing homes in Eastern Kentucky which marked the 30-year anniversary of WorkFest with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP). This week of service...

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Parsie Tackett with food delivery.

The light of candles nestled in thick white icing glowed against Parsie Tackett’s face as he took a breath and blew as hard as he could to extinguish the tiny flames. Parsie was celebrating his 85th birthday, and Kasey Mills, a Christian...

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Teagan McGuire, CAP teen leader.

One of the most important ways your contributions make a difference is by helping young people chart a healthy course for their lives through programs like our Summer Camps.  For Teagan McGuire, plans for her future began when she first came...

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Home with tornado damage.

Hope is a powerful force. Especially in dire circumstances, when knowing you are not alone gives you strength to face whatever comes next.  After a catastrophic EF4 tornado tore through Western Kentucky, taking 78 lives and leaving thousands...

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