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Our Gardening Programs Sprouts more than Food

Our Gardening Programs Sprouts more than Food

Throughout Appalachia, children and families go hungry every day due to food insecurity issues, primarily because their limited financial resources mean that they are faced every month with the difficult decision of whether to pay their rent, utilities, or other...

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Education Program Intended to Help Close the Gap

Education Program Intended to Help Close the Gap

The Data:  In the Appalachian region of Tennessee, the percentage of the population ages 25 and older without a high school diploma is 12.4 percent, according to The Appalachian Region: A Data Overview from the 2017-2021 American Community Survey Chartbook,...

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After School Tutoring can be so much more than academics

After School Tutoring can be so much more than academics

Elementary school students attending the Big Creek People in Action's (BCPIA) afterschool program in McDowell County, West Virginia, know that thanks to Americans Helping Americans each evening before they go home they will receive a nice supper, along with the...

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It’s a Time for Giving at Americans Helping Americans

It’s a Time for Giving at Americans Helping Americans

At Americans Helping Americans®, we are proud to collaborate closely with our partners in Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia to bring holiday cheer to hundreds of families and children in Appalachian communities facing economic distress. In Jefferson City,...

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Warm Up Winter: Donate Winter Coats and More in Appalachia

Warm Up Winter: Donate Winter Coats and More in Appalachia

As the mercury drops and winter's icy grip tightens, warmth becomes not just a comfort but a critical necessity. In Appalachia, where winter conditions can be harsh, warm winter coats, and home heating are more critical than ever. That's why Americans Helping...

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