The Fuller Center for Housing is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry dedicated to eliminating poverty housing worldwide. By forming partnerships with local organizations, The Fuller Center provides the structure, guidance and support that communities need to build and repair homes for the impoverished among them. Read the Fuller Center's Mission Statement and Foundational Principles.
The Fuller Center was started in spring of 2005 by Millard Fuller and his wife Linda, who together founded Habitat for Humanity in 1976. Fuller set out to expand his missionary vision by returning to his roots at Koinonia Farm, a cooperative community dedicated to peace and service in rural southwest Georgia. A new mission statement was issued at Koinonia – also the birthplace of Habitat – dedicating The Fuller Center as a Christ-centered, faith-driven organization witnessing the love of God by providing opportunities for families to have a simple, decent place to live.
A Fuller Center home is not a hand out, but a hand up. By working alongside volunteers and repaying construction costs on terms they can handle, homeowners are able to regain a sense of basic human dignity. Please join us in our quest to improve the health and futures of the world's people by providing them with simple, decent places to live.
Please see our FAQ page for more information, and our Join the Movement! page for resources on how you can make a difference. Search for a covenant partner near you and visit our detailed program pages in the U.S. Covenant Partners section to find a Fuller Center in your area.