Catoosa Fuller Center for Housing was founded by a group of concerned citizens in 1991 to address housing needs in the county. Later that year the first home was completed and since that time, the organization built 19 homes in Catoosa County. In 2011, along with other local and outside organizations, members volunteered their time and effort into rebuilding Catoosa County after a devastating tornado hit Ringgold. Due to this combination of organizations Catoosa was rebuilt and out of that disaster new cooperation was born in the county.
The organization periodically takes on special needs projects within the county to assist those unable to sustain the condition of their housing. Today Catoosa Fuller Center for Housing continues their mission to provide decent homes for county citizens most in need.
Catoosa Fuller Center for Housing will build durable, healthy and sustainable houses at the lowest possible cost while demonstrating the Love of Jesus Christ.
Catoosa Fuller Center for Housing has a great need in growing the organization through volunteers and gaining donations to fulfill its mission.