Fuller Center Happenings

July 21, 2014
(KULR-TV) The Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure's weekend stop in Billings, Montana, is the subject of this report from the local NBC television affiliate's newscast. In addition to interviewing Adventure leader Melissa Merrill, the station also talked to
July 14, 2014
(Forsyth News) Volunteers with the Lake Lanier Fuller Center for Housing gathered to welcome a mother and her two young daughters to their fully refurbished home in north Forsyth Count. In 2011, a devastating fire displaced Rhonda Hall and daughter
July 11, 2014
  (WDAF-TV) Reporter John Pepitone of the Fox television affiliate in Kansas City offers this new report on how The Fuller Center of Greater Kansas City works in full partnership with its homeowners. Featuring interviews with disabled homeowner
July 01, 2014
When the Fuller Center for Housing Hero Project of Lake County, Illinois, played host to the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure this past weekend, it marked a few firsts. It was the Bicycle Adventure's first visit to Lake County, and Saturday marked the
June 30, 2014
(Logansport Pharos-Tribune) When a property he owned sat vacant for three years, Grady Wolf decided it was time to part ways with the house and donate to an organization he knew could revamp the property — The Logansport Fuller Center for Housing.
June 27, 2014
(Northwest Indiana Times) Fuller Center Bicycle Adventurers worked alongside representatives from The Fuller Center of Gary, Indiana on Thursday along Jackson Street in the city, the area that will host the Jackson Street of Dreams blitz build August 24-
June 26, 2014
  (Northwest Indiana Times) Today, cyclists from the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure are helping to prepare parts of the street where "King of Pop" Michael Jackson grew up for an August blitz build. Times correspondent Lu Ann Franklin
June 25, 2014
(Hardware Retailing) The July issue of Hardware Retailing magazine features a conversation with Fuller Center President David Snell about The Fuller Center's growing partnership with the North American Retail Hardware Association. In the article,
June 25, 2014
(Aurora Advocate) The Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure's work in repairing seven homes in partnership with fellow faith-based organization Neighbor2Neighbor is featured in today's edition of the Aurora Advocate. The local Neighbor2Neighbor said the group
June 23, 2014
  Jack Wolters, one of the greatest champions of Millard and Linda Fuller's affordable housing movement, passed away June 10 at the age of 90. Wolters helped organize Habitat for Humanity's Care-A-Vanners and later became a tremendous supporter