Albany Area Fuller Center for Housing

Location: Albany, Georgia
Cost: $150 per person
When: All year
Work week: Monday through Saturday
Open for: Colleges, church groups, high school, any groups
Eligible group sizes: 5-10 people
Age restrictions: All ages welcome
Community activities
Skilled worksite supervision
Safety Equipment (such as gloves, goggles, etc.)
Housing: Floors of nice churches with kitchen facilities, off-site showers & “lots of good food and Southern hospitality
Food: Fuller Center will provide lunch, dinner, snacks and water.
RV Builders: RV sites available- contact RV Builders for additional information at
Community/recreational opportunities: Travel to Americus, GA for history tour; Flint Riverquarium; Ray Charles Plaze; Chehaw Park; Civil Rights Museum; tour of Plains, GA
About this covenant partner: The Fuller Center of Albany was founded in 2016 and mainly performs repairs and rehabs of owner occupied homes. This partner is located in the 4th poorest congressional district in the nation.

4911 Holly Hill Rd.

Albany, GA 31721

(229) 343-4393

Stacey Driggers, Board Member

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Albany, GA  sits on the banks of the beautiful Flint River and serves as the hub of Southwest GA for shopping, cultural activities and recreation. Best known for pecans, sweet tea, and southern hospitality, the city is also one of the poorest in the country according to recent statistics. Addressing housing needs is one of the most powerful ways to address our poverty issues. Albany Area Fuller Center assists homeowners with repairs to improve the existing housing stock and improve quality of life for our neighbors.

  • Committee members and volunteers
  • Tools and supplies
  • Financial support-Albany Area Fuller Center for Housing is a 501c3 nonprofit. 

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