Camping For Hunger

Camping for Hunger Kickoff Camping for Hunger will be hosted at Royal Plaza Shopping Center again this year! Get more information on The River 95.3’s website

Join Us For Our Ribbon Cutting

We will hold our official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to welcome our new facility to the community on November 11, 2022 from 12:00pm-12:30pm. Please join us in celebrating this huge milestone for our community!

We Have Moved!

We are now open for regular hours at our NEW LOCATION! We are now serving our clients at 400 Kendrick Lane Suite B, Front Royal, VA 22630. Our new location provides more space, which will allow us to serve more clients and even a new Explorers Corner for children!           Accessing […]

Volunteer Fair at Samuel’s Library August 21, 2021

Check out the volunteers open jobs now and find the job that fits you to serve the community. Join us at the fair in August and meet many other volunteer organizations in Warren County!   Summary Mission and Job Descriptions for CCAP Volunteers Front Royal-Warren County Congregational Community Project (C-CAP) GENERAL INFORMATION Front Royal/Warren County […]

Camping For Hunger 2020 Kicks off November 16

For the 12th consecutive year, The River 95.3/WZRV will be hosting ‘Camping for Hunger,’ from Monday, November 16th through Saturday, November 21st to raise food, monetary donations and awareness of hunger in the northern Shenandoah Valley. 2019 donation totals again exceeded the previous years’ with over twelve tons of food donated and nearly $8000 in […]

Coming Up in October and November 2019

Final details for the Camping for Hunger Campaign will be posted on this page and on the C-CAP Facebook page by mid-October. Last year individual donors, local business leaders and the congregations donated over 16, 000 pounds of food and more than $9,000 in cash and gift cards. This is a perfect balance for the […]

Camping for Hunger is Set for November 2018

It will soon be time for the Camping for Hunger campaign sponsored by The River 95.3 with the support of C-CAP and community volunteers. Last year the people of Warren County, along with business leaders and the congregations, donated 16,000 pounds of food and almost $10,000 dollars in cash and gift cards. This is the […]