Appalachia Service Project is gearing up for its year-round home repair program and reaching out to volunteers to help make homes warmer, safer, drier and healthier for low-income homeowners in five area counties.
Appalachia Service Project wrapped up 2018 on Sunday with the dedication of six newly built houses gifted to low-income Tri-Cities residents by the ASP Home Replacement Program with help from its funding partners, contributors and volunteers.
The Tennessee Housing Development Agency has awarded Appalachia Service Project a $500,000 Challenge Grant for the estimated $6 million construction of a 200-bed volunteer dormitory and additional warehouse space at its Johnson City headquarters.
On Oct. 26-27, Appalachia Service Project will hold two events in Johnson City to celebrate its 50th year of service.
The United Way of Washington County has selected five new nonprofit service programs to share its annual funding.
NASCAR race weeks at Bristol Motor Speedway are well known for the boost of speed they deliver to the region’s economy and the boon they bring to charitable causes across Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia and beyond.
BRISTOL — Bristol Motor Speedway and the Appalachia Service Project are joining forces for a race week home build at the track.