Serve with Appalachia Service Project

Appalachia Service Project brings volunteers and communities together in the heart of Central Appalachia, strengthening faith, deepening relationships, and spreading hope. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at (423) 854-8800 or schedule a call with a member of our Volunteer Experience Team!




Our Summer Program focuses on all inclusive week-long mission trips for volunteers 14 and up. Through impactful home repair projects for families in Central Appalachia, youth and adult volunteers experience the transformation of their hearts and minds. Learn more and register here!



Year-Round Program

Serve with ASP’s home repair program in the fall, winter, or spring! Our Year-Round Program is open to adult, college, and high school groups and time is flexible. Come for a long weekend or come for a week! You let us know what works for you and we will match you with your perfect trip. Learn more and register for your trip!




Serve with ASP over your fall, winter, and/or spring breaks with a group from your college or university! You can also email our team at gro.e1580109369mohPS1580109369A@ege1580109369lloC1580109369 to learn more about making ASP a part of your collegiate community by launching an on-campus chapter! Check out all the details!


JAM Volunteer Painting

Discover ASP’s Junior High and Middle School Program (JAM)! Our newest program was created specifically with 12 to 14 year-olds in mind. This program will focus on what it means to be in service to others, learning about Central Appalachia, and completing home repair projects for families in Lee County, Virginia. Find out more about this exciting opportunity!



Local volunteers and skilled adults can build new homes for families in Hancock County and Tri-Cities Tennessee with ASP’s New Build Programs. Connect with us to volunteer for a day, a week, or on a recurring basis to replace homes that are beyond reasonable repair. Find out more & volunteer!



ASP has responded to several disasters in our region in recent years. ASP is currently seeking highly skilled in construction volunteers to serve with our West Virginia Flood Recovery and Sevier County Fire Recovery efforts. Learn more and get involved!



Helping Hand Cutting Drywall

Helping Hands volunteers are adults who have served with ASP in the past. Opportunities include new group mentoring, general construction or skilled trade support (summer, spring, and fall), or even general administrative support in our headquarters in Johnson City, TN. Learn more about serving as a Helping Hand!



Ambassadors represent ASP at events, assist new groups, and share their ASP story with those considering partnering with our ministry.  We have over 100 individuals as part of our Ambassador Program.  Learn more about the different ways you can serve as an Ambassador!

Not sure where to start? Schedule a call with our Volunteer Experience Team!