IN THE NEWS: Family wins $250,000, gives 10 percent to Fuller Center of Macon

IN THE NEWS: Family wins $250,000, gives 10 percent to Fuller Center of Macon

(Macon Telegraph) When the Meeks family of Forsyth, Georgia, won a $250,000 grand prize from Wells Fargo in an essay contest, they wanted to make sure a portion of it went to help others know the joy of having a simple, decent home. That’s why they decided to give $25,000 to The Fuller Center for Housing of Macon. You can read the complete article here and see the Meeks family and Fuller Center of Macon Director Dianne Fuller talk about the gift in the video below:

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.

1 Comment on "IN THE NEWS: Family wins $250,000, gives 10 percent to Fuller Center of Macon"

  • thlawrence says

    I’d congratulate the Meeks on their wonderful victory and appreciate them for their emulative generosity. Chairman, Trivandrum Fuller Center for Housing, India.

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