Partnership with Servants at Work, Inc., to boost ramp-building projects

Partnership with Servants at Work, Inc., to boost ramp-building projects

 
Fuller Center for Housing President David Snell signed an agreement this week with Tom Lipinski, Chairman of the Board for SAWs (Servants At Work, Inc.), to collaborate in helping disabled homeowners in need of ramps.

SAWs is an ecumenical Christian ministry that builds wheelchair ramps with the use of volunteer labor. Based in Indianapolis, SAWs has been serving those in need for 12 years and is looking to gradually expand its ministry beyond the Midwest. The Fuller Center will be able to facilitate this effort as many covenant partners across the nation have already been working with homeowners who have such needs and continue to find clients who need such assistance.

“The Fuller Center for Housing is committed to serving homeowners who need a little help with health and safety issues — issues that often make the difference between their being able to stay in their own home or being forced into a facility,” Snell said. “We see our new partnership with SAWs as a way for both organizations to greatly expand our outreach to these folks.”

Learn more about SAWs at www.sawsramps.org.

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.

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