Volunteer Opportunities & Upcoming Builds


Contact your local covenant partner
to find out about their ongoing projects and volunteer needs or see the list of upcoming projects below to learn where your talents and energy are needed:

You also can have a great team-building experience and/or meet new friends by seeing the world off the beaten path on a Global Builders trip.

If you prefer to stay a little closer to home but still make a difference for families and communities in need, consider a U.S. Builders trip. These are perfect for church groups, student and Greek organizations, as well as any group of people who would like to change lives and build teamwork at the same time.

UPCOMING SPECIAL PROJECTS

(If you are a Fuller Center covenant partner desiring volunteers for an event and wish to be listed on this page, please email Director of U.S. Covenant Partner Support, Brenda Barton at brenda@fullercenter.org)
 
2015

"LIND-A-HAND": LINDA FULLER BUILD FOR WOMEN
When: June 1-5, 2015
Where: Lanett, Alabama
Details: Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project will host a week of blitz building on a new home featuring women volunteers and honoring Fuller Center co-founder Linda Fuller. Contact Traci Crosby at TCrosby@intercall.com for more information or call (706) 643-8644.
To register or learn more about the LIND-A-HAND Build click here.


DISASTER REBUILDERS 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF KATRINA BUILD
When:
August 24-29, 2015
Where: Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders-Biloxi, MS
Details:
Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders will return to Biloxi, MS for the 10th anniversary of Katrina to blitz build several new homes and renovate several existing homes in a week. To register and learn more about the Disaster ReBuilders 10th Anniversary of Katrina Build click here.


MILLARD FULLER LEGACY BUILD
When:
September 27-October 2, 2015
Where:
Shreveport, Louisiana (in the Allendale neighborhood)
Details:
We'll be marking our 10th anniversary year by going back to the neighborhood where we built our very first houses in 2005 — Allendale. Back then, the area was in such dire straits that city officials and police told us not to get involved with the area. Fifty new homes later, major crime is down 80 percent, and it's a beautiful, thriving neighborhood of choice. We will build four new homes on Clay Street and renovate another house. For complete details and registration information, click here.