FULLER LIVING Kimara Marquez North las vegas, nevada Kimara wanted to go with her two adult children on a Global Builders trip to Puerto Rico. When they were unable to join her, she went anyway. She’s glad she did! Click to honor Kimara with a donation About this series “Fuller Living” blog posts feature the […]
As the Director of U.S. Covenant Partner Support for The Fuller Center for Housing, Brenda Barton’s job description was too long to recite. Primarily, it was her responsibility to help covenant partners launch their operations, coach them on day-to-day operations and make sure that the many financial regulations and legal requirements were understood. Her job […]
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for Lidia Mendoza and her 2-year-old daughter Alalea in Craig, Colorado, as they cut the ribbon Wednesday on their new Fuller Center home with snowflakes falling around them and a Christmas tree set up inside. It’s the second house built by the Moffatt County Fuller Center for […]
(Photo: First United Methodist Church of Americus) For the first time, The Fuller Center for Housing’s Millard Fuller Legacy Build will be held in Americus, Georgia. The build, featuring new home builds and rehab projects is the week of April 15-20, 2018. The Americus-Sumter Fuller Center for Housing will be coordinating the build. But that’s […]
Note: If you are interested in possibly volunteering to help rebuild homes in Puerto Rico in the future, please click here to take our survey. A message from Fuller Center President David Snell about plans for working in Puerto Rico: I’ve been asked whether The Fuller Center for Housing has plans for […]
The Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure’s East Coast ride from Maine to Key West began on Saturday, while the cross-country ride is currently in Louisiana on its way from San Francisco to Savannah (where the two rides will meet for a celebration next month). KTLA-TV caught up with the riders in Shreveport for this piece. The […]
The Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure’s cross-country ride is on its way from Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, to Atoka, Oklahoma, today — a fairly lonely 82-mile stretch of its fundraising and awareness ride. But KSWO caught up with the riders over the weekend in Lawton, Oklahoma. Click here to view KSWO’s complete report.
(Bossier Press-Tribune photo) Bryan Reed (left) helps assemble pieces that will become the Molly Reed home. The house is being built in memory of his daughter, who was killed in a car accident more than a decade ago. Molly Reed was just 15 when she died in an automobile accident with friends Katy Watkins and […]