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Building a Better World, One House at a TimeThe Fuller Center for Housing is an international, Christian nonprofit that builds and renovates houses in partnership with families in need. Homeowners work hand-in-hand with volunteers to build or renovate their homes, which they then pay for on terms they can afford, with no interest charged or profit made. This is charity with dignity and a building program that creates decent homes, restores neighborhoods and revitalizes communities.
October 16, 2014
The success of The Fuller Center of Central Indiana is the result of the contributions of hundreds of volunteers and supporters. But no two people have been more dedicated to the Fuller Center's work than Chuck Vogt and Ron Fisher, both current board
October 14, 2014
(The Valley Times) The Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project took a donated 102-year-old old mill house desperately in need of work in Lanett, Alabama, and turned it into a beautiful home for an Army veteran who was wounded in Iraq and his wife and two
October 08, 2014
(The Shreveport Times) It has been eight years since Airline High School junior Katy Watkins and two other classmates were killed in an automobile accident on their way to a football game. Two houses have been built in Bossier City, Louisiana, at the
October 03, 2014
(Post-Tribune) Impressed by the work of volunteers and local Fuller Center leadership during August's Jackson Street of Dreams Build, the city of Gary, Indiana, has deeded nine vacant properties to The Fuller Center of Gary to be restored into good
October 02, 2014
(Asbarez Armenian News, PanArmenian.net) At the beginning of the year VivaCell-MTS and Fuller Center for Housing Armenia launched a project to assist 25 families from borderland villages of the country. "Our partnership with VivaCell-MTS is very
September 30, 2014
When The Fuller Center for Housing accepted the call to help Haitians rebuild their homes and their lives after the devastating January 2010 earthquake, it was with the understanding that The Fuller Center is not a disaster relief organization.