Category: Fuller Center General

Pray for Nepal

Pray for Nepal

The Fuller Center’s Director of International Field Operations, Ryan Iafigliola, visited Nepal in April 2012, where we was inspired by the beauty of the land and the determination of the Nepalese people. Next month, he planned to return to Nepal to build Fuller Center homes, including what would have been our 1,000th international home. It […]

MONTH IN REVIEW: February 2015

MONTH IN REVIEW: February 2015

By Chris Johnson, Director of Communications On February 2, Groundhog Punxsutawny Phil emerged from his house and saw his shadow, guaranteeing six more weeks of winter. In an unpreceented move, The Fuller Center for Housing has since seized his home and given it to a more deserving family of opossums — at least until Phil […]

MONTH IN REVIEW: December 2014

MONTH IN REVIEW: December 2014

By Chris Johnson, Director of Communications The holidays have been great this year, and the Christmas spirit is alive and well in the hearts of Fuller Center supporters and volunteers. Now, we are ready to charge ahead into the year 2015, which will be The Fuller Center’s 10th anniversary (hence the 10th Anniversary logo pictured […]

MONTH IN REVIEW: November 2014

MONTH IN REVIEW: November 2014

By Chris Johnson, Director of Communications November is supposed to be a month for thankfulness and gratitude, and it certainly was that for The Fuller Center. Not only are we thankful for some remarkable work being done in the field by our covenant partners in the U.S. and overseas, but we also continue to be […]

Month in review: October 2014

Month in review: October 2014

By Chris Johnson, Director of Communications It’s finally starting to feel a little bit like fall here in Georgia. This is often a time when our covenant partners hammer out plans for the next year and ramp up the end-of-year fundraising efforts to make those plans a reality. But that doesn’t mean the hammers have […]

Month in review: September 2014

Month in review: September 2014

By Chris Johnson, Director of Communications In the past few months, the Ebola crisis has gotten more and more attention — and rightfully so. It’s tragic to see the toll it has taken on thousands of families in West Africa and terrifying to think of the “what ifs.” What if we can’t stop it? What […]

Back in the 'valley'

By Aaron Carmichael, Chief Development Officer Well the injury bug has struck again.  Perhaps it’s my age.  Perhaps I’m pushing myself too hard.  Perhaps I’m pushing myself too hard for my age.  But whatever the cause, here I sit with a twisted back and bruised ego.  This time I need the attention of a trained […]