Home, School, and Community Gardens are Growing!

Home, School, and Community Gardens are Growing!

At Americans Helping Americans® we understand how difficult it can be for people living in distressed rural and remote regions of Appalachia to access fresh vegetables and fruits living in what is known as a “food desert” where the nearest actual grocery store is an...
Bridging the Digital Divide for 100 more Appalachian students in 2022

Bridging the Digital Divide for 100 more Appalachian students in 2022

At Americans Helping Americans® we know full well that the quality of a child’s education is dependent on having ready access to a computer with high-speed internet. For several years, we have been working to bridge the digital divide for elementary school students in...
Whether in school or virtual learning, these kids need new shoes

Whether in school or virtual learning, these kids need new shoes

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...
Flash Drives for Young Minds in Beattyville, Kentucky

Flash Drives for Young Minds in Beattyville, Kentucky

For many Appalachian parents, being able to support the educational efforts of their children can be challenging. Now, with the coronavirus pandemic continuing to plague the communities you help us serve, the topic that is on most parents’ minds is what...