Join the Carpenter's Club

Say YES every month

The Carpenter's Club is a select group of committed donors who, through their regular, monthly gifts, help ASP say YES to more vulnerable Appalachian families -- making sure they get the home repairs needed to keep their families warm, safe and dry.

The consistent giving of friends in The Carpenter's Club makes such a difference. When we know we'll have a set amount coming in every month from dedicated Carpenter's Club members, ASP can plan specific home repairs well in advance, helping to increase the numbers of families served and decrease the numbers of families on our waiting list.

» Sign up online

Make your first monthly donation now and select "monthly" under Gift Frequency. You can choose between donating with a credit card or via automatic bank draft. Of course, the amount of your gift is completely up to you. You can give as little as $10 per month or as much as $50, $100, or even $500 per month.

» Or, download the reply card to sign up by mail

Complete the reply card and mail to:

Appalachia Service Project
4523 Bristol Highway
Johnson City, TN 37601

In appreciation for your monthly commitment to The Carpenter's Club you will receive:

  • An inspirational book, Faithful with Much, by Tony & Carin Amaradio
  • An ASP Carpenter's Club keychain, coffee mug & notepad
  • Our profound thanks for making a tangible difference for the poor through The Carpenter's Club!

For more information on joining The Carpenter's Club, contact Lyssa Perry at (423) 854-4422 or

Thank you!

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Appalachia Service Project (ASP) provides life-changing short-term Christian mission trip opportunities --
bringing youth, adult, and college volunteers into rural Central Appalachia to make homes warmer, safer, and drier for families in need.
So come on and join us! You'll raise roofs. Fix floors. And build a whole new you!


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