Community Volunteer Application

Whether an individual can serve for an hour each month, a few hours a week, or during special events throughout the year, the energy and heart that our Community Volunteers bring to CAP has a tremendous impact. We will be in touch soon after receiving your application to discuss specific opportunities.

Please note that if you are applying for a regular, ongoing opportunity, a national criminal and sex offender (and for some applicants, motor vehicle) background check is required for acceptance as a CAP volunteer. We will send you the appropriate authorization forms after reviewing your application. These checks will be completed at no cost to you.

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Are you over the age of 18? *


Please check the areas in which you have interest and/or experience. Provide comments on any area below:
Early Childhood
Camp Counselor
Trail Work
Home Repair
Food Pantry
Arts and Crafts
Thrift Store/Retail
Cook/Food Service
Volunteer Recruitment


What kind of volunteer opportunities are you interested in? *
Is your schedule flexible? *
Please indicate the days and hours you are available:


How did you learn about Christian Appalachian Project? Check all that apply. *
Please list two individuals who can make a statement of recommendation for you.
Reference #1:
Reference #2:

Final Steps

The information I have provided on this Application for Community Volunteer Service is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge. I understand that this application places no obligation on the Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) or me; however, it does indicate a serious intention to volunteer my services to CAP. Should I decide to withdraw my application for volunteer service, I will notify CAP as soon as possible.
Signature *
We look forward to reviewing your completed application. Thank you again for your interest in serving with Christian Appalachian Project!

Christian Appalachian Project (CAP)’s volunteer and AmeriCorps positions are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, mental or physical disability, HIV/AIDS status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, political affiliation, marital or parental status, military service, or any other improper criterion. Disabilities will not limit opportunities when it is possible to reasonably accommodate the disability of the qualified person.

CAP is committed to providing a safe, healthy, and productive environment that is free from alcohol, drugs (including medical marijuana), or any other unlawful substance during a volunteer’s service commitment with CAP.

CAP cannot consider volunteer or AmeriCorps applicants with the following:

  • a murder conviction
  • any other felony conviction within the last 10 years
  • a misdemeanor conviction within the last 10 years that has been deemed as a violent offense
  • a drug or alcohol related conviction within the past five years

Additionally, CAP cannot consider applicants who are registered or who are required to be registered as sex offenders.

Questions? Contact CAP Volunteer Program
606-256-0973 •