Recent Program News

According to a recent survey of third and sixth-grade children in eastern Kentucky, more than half of them had at least one untreated cavity.The...

Joan is an amputee who is described by our partner in Cleveland, Tennessee, Ocoee Outreach, as having “a precious spirit” and who desperately a...

Volunteers and our partner Ocoee Outreach are helping to rehab and repair home in Cleveland, Tennessee. The team gathers together to repair roofs, replace...

Summer time comes and students get a break to turn back into kids and explore their world around them. We remember when we were...

Many children in Appalachia don't have summers filled with carefree bike riding or playing with their friends. It’s usually a time of boredom, isolation,...

“Thank you for helping make this possible,” says Rev. Sheldon Livesay, executive director of the grassroots organization Of One Accord which operates the buses...

It’s mid-April and across the country temperatures are rising. Millions of children are counting the weeks and days left until the last day of...

Joseph is a veteran who served our nation well. Now retired and living on a meager fixed income in the small Appalachian community of...

The “digital divide” is the difference between the “haves” and the “have nots” – those children who have computers and broadband access at home,...

In 2016, 1,371 individuals in Georgia and Kentucky benefited from Americans Helping Americans® emergency utility assistance program. Not only did it mean hundreds of senior...