Atlantic City Fuller Center for Housing
5 South Pennsylvania
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
President: Alvin Taliaferro
Atlantic City Fuller Center was established after Hurricane Sandy hit the residents of Atlantic City. Since the foreclosure crisis started in 2008, many residents were displaced and forced to live with family or friends, or move into apartments. The available affordable housing options were further compromised when Hurricane Sandy hit the region in November 2012. Atlantic City has a population of more than 40,000 within their 17 square mile city limits, and with over 25% below the poverty level, the focus will be to help repair and stablize the existing housing stock.
- Board and committee members
- Construction leadership and volunteers
- Financial support