Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project (Lanett-Valley AL/West Point GA)

PO Box 737

West Point, GA 31833

706-518-9942

Executive Director: Kim Roberts

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REUSE STORE
421 N. Gilmer Ave.
Lanett, AL 36863
334-644-2500

Location: Lanett, AL
Cost: $110 per person
When: Spring (March, April, and May)
Work week: Mon – Fri
Open for: Colleges, churches
Eligible group size: 10-25
Age restrictions: 18+
 
Provided
Beds
Toilets
Showers
Kitchen
Community Activities

* Teams will need to include volunteers with construction skills to assist with site supervision; we do not have a full time construction supervisor in Lanett.

Housing:
Plant City United Methodist Church where the Millard Fuller Legacy Build volunteers and Bike Adventure volunteers have enjoyed staying – great accomodations!
Food: Breakfast will be provided, teams will prepare their own lunches and dinners,
 

About Chattahoochee Valley: The Fuller Center office and Habitat main offices are 90 min away, Auburn University and hiking in Roosevelt State Park are 20 miles away and kayaking on Chattahoochee River is just 1 mile away!
ABOUT US

JOIN US! We will host a two-home Millard Fuller Legacy Build blitz in West Point, Ga., beginning Oct. 4, 2021. Registration is now open. Click here to register!

The Chattahoochee Valley is comprised of three municipalities in two states: Lanett, Ala., West Point, Ga., and Valley, Ala. It is located along I-85 between Atlanta and Montgomery and is an easy 75-minute drive from the Atlanta airport. The Fuller Center Founder, Millard Fuller, was born in Lanett, Ala., and spent his formative years in this textile mill community. In January 2007, the Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project (CFCP) was formed with the ambitious goal of building affordable housing and changing neighborhoods in the Greater Valley Area.

NEEDS

Donations & volunteers! Call our VOLUNTEER HOTLINE at 706-518-9942.

 

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