The Oct. 4-8 2021 Millard Fuller Legacy Build is being hosted by the Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project, which has hosted more Legacy Builds and built more new homes than any other Fuller Center covenant partner in the United States.
While the CFCP is based in Millard Fuller’s hometown of Lanett, Alabama, this two-home blitz is taking place in West Point, Georgia — which is adjacent to Lanett. In fact, without the assistance of signs, you can’t tell where one city ends and the other begins.
Coverage of the build — including pre-build and post-build — will be updated on this page as news happens and as more visuals and links are added. Please bookmark this page and come back often throughout and after the build.
Bicycle Adventure friends help tie up loose ends after Legacy Build
Legacy Build a testament to faith and perseverance
Valley Times-News: Coverage of home dedications for houses No. 65 and 66
Army veteran to finally get home of her own — in memory of Bob Crowley
Birkenbergers’ sister act a familiar sight at Legacy Builds
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer: Honoring Millard Fuller, our VP of Communications writes about how “Normal folks rarely change the world”
Putting faith into action a passion for these Pennsylvania volunteers and their church
Undeterred volunteers slosh through rainy first day of Legacy Build
Valley Times-News: Rain hinders but can’t stop building on first day of Legacy Build
Valley Times-News: Preview of the 2021 Legacy Build
Valley Times-News: CFCP gets dirt donation from Kia, Takco
Valley Times-News: CFCP representatives go to Pennsylvania for church’s MFLB wall build
Valley Times-News: Youth group from Louisiana serves with CFCP
Student group from church in Minden, Louisiana, builds walls in Lanett