Silver Valley, Idaho

Silver Valley Fuller Center for Housing

709 Main Street

Smelterville, ID 83868

Director: Judith Blalack

208-786-6013

silvervalleyidaho@fullercenter.org

www.svfch.org

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Silver Valley FCH- 2016 Bike Adventure 7-11-2016

Fuller Center Bike Adventure helps repair roofing on Silver Valley Fuller Center homes during their visit!

ABOUT US:

Silver Valley Fuller Center for Housing, located in the region of the Coeur d’Alene Mountains in northern Idaho, began as a local ministry in 1991 as an affiliate with Habitat for Humanity International. In August of 2009 they joined the Fuller Center for Housing and became the first Fuller Center in Idaho. Noted for its mining heritage, dating back to the 1880s, the Silver Valley area was devastated with the closure of the many mines in the area in the 1980s, creating a great need in the community.

The service area for Silver Valley Fuller Center includes the Coeur d’ Alene River drainage through the Silver Valley to the Rose Lake Junction. Although the service area is large for Silver Valley Fuller Center, the population is only about 14,000, creating a need for outside work groups to help. The focus for Silver Valley Fuller Center will be to continue building new homes and instituting the Greater Blessing program in hopes of serving many within their own homes.

 

Recent Events:

Sept. 16, 2017 – 20th Annual Walk-A-Thon 

June 21, 2017– Ride-The-Wall -Silver Valley Fuller Center’s 19th Annual bike ride

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Silver Valley Fuller Center’s latest newsletter!

NEEDS:

  • Financial Suppor
  • Volunteers
  • Tools
  • Donations of good to ReUse Store

LINKS:

Fuller Center receives $10,000 donation

Fuller Center pig roast scheduled for late June

Local fundraiser to be held late June

Bike Adventure riders pitch in on projects throughout Silver Valley

Community celebrates with family

Fuller Center volunteers, homeowners celebrate as families pay off mortgages

Blindness doesn’t hold back Silver Valley volunteer Don Ashcraft.  

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