Central Indiana

Central Indiana Fuller Center for Housing

P.O. Box 40475

Indianapolis, IN 46240



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Upcoming Build:  April 28, 2018-May 18, 2018 – Two New Homes!

Fuller Center for Housing of Central Indiana will be building two new homes beginning April 28th. Central Indiana Fuller Center will be partnering with our sponsors- Mt. Pleasant Christian Church,  Sacred Heart Catholic Church, and Old Southside Neighborhood Association. We are in need of volunteers to help us with our building. If you would like to be part of volunteering on these homes please click onto the button below to register your times. 


Central Indiana Fuller Center 2017 Speedway House

About Us:

We are a 501(c)(3) not for profit Indiana Corporation so all materials and dollars are tax-deductible. We use the Bible’s finance plan, so we make no profit and charge no interest to our homeowners. Every dollar donated to the Fuller Center for Housing of Central Indiana goes entirely to help a family. We have no paid staff, no paid executive director, and we do not pay for office or warehouse space.



Recent Work:

Host to the Millard Fuller Legacy Build 2017-June 2017-we built 5 new homes in the east side of Indianapolis during a 5 day blitz. Volunteers from across the US came to help 5 families work on their homes. All 5 homes were dedicated on August 5th. Click HERE to see the dedications!


  • Volunteers and committee members
  • Financial support: Please make checks to The Fuller Center of Central Indiana, P.O. Box 40475, Indianapolis, IN 46240. Central Indiana Fuller Center for Housing is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All donations are tax-deductible.


Speedway welcomes family to third community built home.

Revisit Fountain Square, site of the 2010 Millard Fuller Legacy Build, in this article.

Volunteers Transforming South Side of Indianapolis

PHOTO ALBUM from the 2015 Bicycle Adventure’s work day with us.

Crime falls, neighborhood rebounds after volunteers step up

Speedway program takes aim at vacant houses

Fuller Center’s work in transforming Fountain Square praised in editorial.

Fuller Center helps Fountain Square family own a home

Putting partnerships to use for families in need.

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Legacy of hope expands in Indianapolis’ Fountain Square neighborhood.

Butler University freshmen work in Fountain Square.

“Miracle on St. Paul” continues.


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