Food Bank Support
Our 2019 Impact
individuals benefited from food banks supported by Americans helping Americans
eyeglasses provided to those in need of ye care
Dental kits supplied to school and churches
winter coasts for kids keeping children warm
shoes delivered to partners and 362 children benefited from the BareFeet program
individuals received utility assistance, keeping them from losing their home
This summer, despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, our partner in Jefferson City, Tennessee, Appalachian Outreach (AO),was able to soldier on with its home rehabilitation program ensuring that local residents in need could continue living in the homes...
Throughout Appalachia, it not uncommon, in fact, it’s more likely the norm, that children show up for school wearing worn out, hand-me-down shoes, often with more “hole” than “soul,” or even worse, arriving for class wearing nothing but flip-flops on the coldest days...
Our partner in Beattyville, Kentucky, Cumberland Mountain Outreach (CMO) each summer (with the exception of this one) hosts a summer camp for elementary and middle school-age children. After spending many years at the camp, CMO executive director Cindy Evanoff selects...