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Making a Difference
Blog

Throughout Christian Appalachian Project’s (CAP) nearly 60-year history, hundreds of participants have had their homes made safe, warm, dry, and accessible through the hands of thousands of volunteers called to the mountains to serve. This month,...

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Christian Appalachian Project

By Emma, One-Year Volunteer Corps and AmeriCorps memberHello! It is time for Blog Post #3! First, I will begin with some songs that remind me of Kentucky.Found - Chris RenzemaThe Mountain - Steven Curtis ChapmanSo Will I (A Hundred Billion...

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JAG KY serves local community
Press Release

MT. VERNON, Ky. – (February 15, 2022) Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is partnering with the Jobs for America’s Graduates Kentucky (JAG KY) program at Rockcastle County High School to help students learn important job skills through volunteer...

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A Home Away From Home
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When Elaine Fennewald drives eight hours to serve with Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) as a short-term volunteer, she feels like it’s a spiritual retreat. She has served at CAP’s Grateful Threadz Thrift Store for the past five years. “I always...

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Why AmeriCorps?

By Amy Schill, AmeriCorps Specialist As Christian Appalachian Project (CAP)’s AmeriCorps Specialist, I think about the AmeriCorps program every day. AmeriCorps is a federal program that gives Americans to opportunity to serve their country full-...

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