Neighborhood revitalization projects draw nearly 1,000 volunteers in Louisville

Neighborhood revitalization projects draw nearly 1,000 volunteers in Louisville

WAVE-TV reports on a massive three-week project by The Fuller Center for Housing of Louisville, Kentucky — in conjunction with Southeast Christian Church — where nearly 1,000 volunteers have been working to transform 12 homes in three different neighborhoods into simple, decent homes for families in need. View the complete WAVE report below:

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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.

3 Comments on "Neighborhood revitalization projects draw nearly 1,000 volunteers in Louisville"

  • Trish Kasser says

    My daughter and I loved working with the gals in the picture above & several other volunteers! We were sooooo dirty after demo…but loved every bit of it knowing it will go to a deserving family. Will definitely be back to do it again!

  • That is WONDERFUL!

  • tammy patton says

    This is awesome. . This is something needed for bad houses to give good family’s a nice new home. Bless you all.

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