Central Indiana

Central Indiana Fuller Center for Housing

P.O. Box 241136

Indianapolis, IN 46224-1136



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We are working in partnership with homeowner families, and we look forward to providing and rehabilitating simple, decent and affordable homes in the greater Indianapolis area. We believe in servant leadership by example — leading with a servant’s heart to be the hands and feet of Christ. We hosted the 2010 Millard Fuller Legacy Build (Click here to view pictures.) in the Fountain Square neighborhood and most recently completed two new homes in September 2012 on Villa Avenue. We have utterly transformed the once crime-ridden area of Fountain Square into a place people want to live, where the sound of gunshots has been replaced by children’s laughter as they play on the sidewalks.

We are a 501(c)(3) not for profit Indiana Corporation so all materials and dollars are tax-deductible. We use the Bible’s finance plan, so we make no profit and charge no interest to our homeowners. Every dollar donated to the Fuller Center for Housing of Central Indiana goes entirely to help a family. We have no paid staff, no paid executive director, and we do not pay for office or warehouse space.


  • Volunteers and committee members
  • Financial support: Please make checks to The Fuller Center of Central Indiana, P.O. Box 241136, Indianapolis, IN46224-1136. Central Indiana Fuller Center for Housing is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All donations are tax-deductible.


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