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Monetary donations, in-kind goods, and volunteering are a few ways to help improve the quality of life for people in our community.

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 There are several ways for volunteers to help H.A.R.P serve those in need. 



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The Need

Appalachian regions have long been known for high poverty and unemployment rates. With a lack of investment into the area, low education levels, and poor infrastructure, Appalachian families are prevented from rising above the poverty line and creating a sustainable life for themselves. Poverty and unemployment rates often double those of state and nation wide rates. At H.A.R.P, we look to expand opportunities which enable low-income families to grow, prosper and break free from the limitations of their location. 

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Our Mission

H.A.R.P's mission is to transform the spiritual and physical lives of people in need.

Inspired by the words of Christ, “Truly, I say to you, as you did for one of these my brothers, you did it for me.” (Matthew's 25:40, NIV). HARP works to serve people seeking self-sufficiency, leading to independence by providing spiritual, emotional, and material support.

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