Legacy Build homeowner partner gifted house full of new furniture

Legacy Build homeowner partner gifted house full of new furniture

When 86-year-old Bertha Moore learned she had been selected to partner with The Fuller Center for Housing to build a new home at September’s Millard Fuller Legacy Build in Valley, Alabama, she was thankful to be in line for a safe home to replace the problematic home where she had lived for the past 62 years. When the home was dedicated a week later and she soon moved in, she was emotional, grateful and believed this was as good as it gets. The blessings, though, have kept coming for a woman who has given so much to her community. Now, she has a home full of new furniture, courtesy of a furniture store owner, Jeff Fulghum, who also happened to be one of the volunteers who spent a week helping build her new home as one of her house captains. The LaGrange Daily News reports on Fulghum’s generous gift at the link below.

Complete LaGrange Daily News story

Chris Johnson
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Chris Johnson is the Director of Communications for The Fuller Center for Housing, a multi-award-winning columnist for the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer and author of 4 books.

1 Comment on "Legacy Build homeowner partner gifted house full of new furniture"

  • Kim says

    Thanks Chris!

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