Kimberly Lacy from HGTV is now a new voice with the non-profit “The Fuller Center For Housing of Greater Atlanta.”
PRLog (Press Release) – Jun 17, 2010 – The consummate beauty Kimberly Lacy from the hit HGTV show "Curb Appeal:The Block" has teamed up with The Fuller Center For Housing of Greater Atlanta to change lives, by providing the very basic of necessities to people in need: shelter.
The Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Atlanta is a non-profit organization that promotes collaborative and innovative partnerships with individuals and organizations in an unrelenting quest to provide adequate shelter for all people in need.
"Kimberly’s participation is an answer to our prayers and we’re excited what this means to our work here and abroad." – Mark Galey (President The Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Atlanta)
Kimberly Lacy is the "Project Manager" on the HGTV’s show "Curb Appeal:The Block" and is responsible for just about everything that insures the final product is superior. Along with being the spokesperson for The Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Atlanta, Kimberly is taking on the “Project Manager” position for upcoming *Greater Blessing (GB) projects.
While Kimberly is actively in production for her upcoming season, she’s designing and leading five Fuller Center *GB Projects in the Lakewood Heights Community of Atlanta Georgia, to be completed by an all volunteer “cast” June 21 – June 25, 2010.
It is said, “…for many be called, but few chosen”, we are honored that Kimberly has heard the call and has made The Atlanta Fuller Center her choice. – The Fuller Center For Housing Of Greater Atlanta
*Greater Blessing Projects are for homeowner families that are in need of home repairs who are not able or can’t afford to do without some help. Home owners are asked to pay back the cost of repairs over time at zero interest and no profit in order to help other families the same way, thus bring the Word to life.
For more information on how you can get involved with The Fuller Center For Housing Of Greater Atlanta visit AtlantaFullerCenter.org