IN THE NEWS: Fuller Center's work in Indianapolis among nonprofits highlighted

IN THE NEWS: Fuller Center's work in Indianapolis among nonprofits highlighted

(WORLD magazine) In taking a look at how several nonprofits have made significant positive impact in the Indianapolis community, WORLD magazine features The Fuller Center of Central Indiana, noting how "businessmen Jeff Cardwell and Ron Fisher have not only seen families come to own the homes, but they also have witnessed a sharp reduction in crime in one neighborhood where many of the homes were renovated or built on vacant lots. Like Purposeful Design, the Fuller ministry works off a small budget, relying primarily on volunteers and sweat equity in building five or so homes a year."

Chris Johnson
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Chris Johnson is the Director of Communications for The Fuller Center for Housing, a multi-award-winning columnist for the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer and author of 4 books.

2 Comments on "IN THE NEWS: Fuller Center's work in Indianapolis among nonprofits highlighted"

  • Katie Colon says

    The WE’CAN Neighborhood Association President Marti LaMar was featured in an article seceral years ago. The piece was about fixing rentals with her Father. I am trying to find that article…can you help pleasplease??

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