Appalachia Service Project

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Appalachia Service Project, Inc
TypeInterdenominational, non-profit Christian Mission
Founded1969
Founder(s)Rev. Glenn "Tex" Evans
Headquarters
  • 4523 Bristol Highway
    Johnson City, TN 37601
Area servedCentral Appalachia, specifically in the states of Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
MottoBuild a Whole New You
WebsiteOfficial Website
 
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Appalachia Service Project, Inc
TypeInterdenominational, non-profit Christian Mission
Founded1969
Founder(s)Rev. Glenn "Tex" Evans
Headquarters
  • 4523 Bristol Highway
    Johnson City, TN 37601
Area servedCentral Appalachia, specifically in the states of Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
MottoBuild a Whole New You
WebsiteOfficial Website

Appalachia Service Project, Inc. or ASP is a Christian volunteer organization operating in Central Appalachia, specifically in the states of Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee. The organization is concerned with home repair for low-income families, as well as a limited amount of free home construction. Its primary goal is making homes "warmer, safer, and drier".

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