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Christian Appalachian Project (CAP)

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Volunteers willing to serve for a year to work with children from low-income families in Eastern Kentucky are urgently needed. Volunteers will serve as a part of Christian Appalachian Project: no previous experience is required and all training will be provided. Room and board is provided in intentional community along with a modest living stipend, vacation days, and health insurance.

Many of our participants are isolated and the pandemic has only increased their isolation. Christian Appalachian Project is a lifeline that connects them to someone who cares about their wellbeing, and who sees them when the world has passed them by. Be assured that we are following safety guidelines for our participants, volunteers, and employees during the pandemic.

Our One-Year volunteers are a vital part of programs that connect participants with education, food, and housing repairs.* Perhaps, just as importantly, the volunteers ensure that our participants know that they aren’t forgotten about. That they are cared about. That they are loved. You could be that volunteer and lifeline for our participants. Apply now at https://bit.ly/volunteercorps.
Short-term volunteers onboarded throughout the year
One-year volunteer cohorts annually in January and August
*Looking for alternate placements in the areas of food, housing, or elderly care? Visit our website to learn more about available opportunities. www.christianapp.org/volunteering-with-cap/one-year-volunteering

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About Christian Appalachian Project (CAP)

Location:

Volunteer Program, 310 Beiting Lane, Mt. Vernon, KY 40456, US

Mission Statement

Christian Appalachian Project (CAP)'s mission is to build hope, transform lives, and share Christ's love through service in Appalachia.

Description

CAP serves low-income families, particularly children, the elderly and persons with disabilities, in Appalachian Kentucky. Volunteers may serve part-time or full-time in a variety of programs.

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Faith-Based

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

P.O. Box 12704192 North Wilderness RoadMt. Vernon, KY 40456

(37.41514,-84.33327)
 

SKILLS

  • General Education
  • Tutoring
  • Youth Services
  • Child Development

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • CAP welcomes one-year volunteers in January and August. Our admissions process includes an application, criminal background check, and personal interview. Admitted volunteers must complete a drug screening upon arrival. https://bit.ly/volunteercorps
  • We are looking for volunteers who are dependable, resilient, mature, self-starting, fast learners, compassionate, open to diverse faith expressions, and mission-minded. If that's you, apply today or contact us to learn more. We'd love

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