The name may be different, but the mission remains the same — help families in need have simple, decent places to live through a hand up instead of a handout.
So says Anthony Sulkevich of the former Hazleton Area Habitat for Humanity, which has transitioned into the Hazleton Area Fuller Center for Housing, joining nearly 20 other groups who have done the same.
“We will do the same thing with The Fuller Center; we are changing nothing,” Sulkevich tells the Standard-Speaker newspaper in Hazleton, Pa., adding that cutting organizational costs was the primary reason for the switch to The Fuller Center, which charges no annual fees to its members.
Interested in forming a covenant partner with the grass-roots Fuller Center for Housing? We’ll be happy to talk about the process of starting a new partner or transitioning from another nonprofit.