Fuller Center Happenings

April 18, 2014
  In February, Ginger Ford Northshore Fuller Center for Housing hosted about 50 Amish volunteers who worked in teams of 10 to 14 on various Greater Blessing projects in the Hammond, Louisiana, community. Earlier this week, Ginger Ford Northshore
April 17, 2014
With a population of about 24,000, Teller County sits in the shadow of Colorado Springs, right in the heart of Colorado. It also sits in the heart of Fuller Center President David Snell, who is thrilled to see that Teller County is home to The Fuller
April 16, 2014
The Fuller Center for Housing of Armenia has announced a joint project in Vazashen, Tavush Region, with VivaCell-MTS to help 25 low-income families in the bordering villages of Tavush and Armavir regions build and renovate their homes. The project is
April 16, 2014
Some people have a little trouble believing The Fuller Center for Housing's partnership housing approach is for real. They are expected to believe that volunteers out of the goodness of their hearts are willing to sacrifice their own time and money
April 15, 2014
(Indianapolis Star) The town of Speedway, Indiana, has begun a five-year program to buy and refurbish abandoned homes, many of them foreclosed upon — which makes the effort a perfect fit for The Fuller Center for Housing's Save a House/Make a Home
April 14, 2014
(KTLA-TV) The Fuller Center for Housing of Northwest Louisiana has begun work on its 51st new home build — this one in the Cedar Grove neighborhood of Shreveport. KTLA reporter Stephanie Claytor talks to homeowner partner Janine West and FCH of
April 11, 2014
The Fuller Center for Housing wrapped up the 2014 Millard Fuller Legacy Build with a closing dinner and celebration Friday night, where the torch was passed to the Americus-Sumter Fuller Center for Housing, which will host the next Legacy Build in
April 10, 2014
A little more than two years ago, The Fuller Center for Housing came up with a program called Save a House/Make a Home. It was a response to the foreclosure crisis that had left millions of homes sitting vacant. The glut of vacant homes —
April 09, 2014
Tucked between a bend in the Ohio River and downtown Louisville, the Shawnee neighborhood in the West End of town was once a neighborhood of choice, full of neatly kept craftsman-style houses that featured stunning woodwork and were filled with thriving
April 08, 2014
  One of the things Millard Fuller Legacy Build volunteers often are asked by people here in Louisville is, “You're doing this for free?” When the answer is an enthusiastic “Yes!”, the questioners respond with everything