You are invited to join The Fuller Center for Housing, the Northshore FCH in Louisiana and the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure team on August 7 at Jammin’ for Fuller in New Orleans, a benefit concert raising funds allowing The Fuller Center to build and rehab homes for low income families across the U.S. and around the world.
The concert will take place on the heels of the dedication of Northshore FCH’s first house – built for Delores Black, who lost her home to Hurricane Katrina – and the official end of the third Bicycle Adventure, a 2,500-mile, fund- and awareness-raising journey that departed Niagara Falls on June 20.
The Jammin’ for Fuller lineup features legendary musicians Charmaine Neville, The Rebirth Brass Band, Germaine Bazzle and several others. Tickets are only $15 and special room rates are available at two, nearby hotels if you act quickly. All ticket proceeds will benefit the Fuller Center’s work to improve living conditions for impoverished families.
After seeing the work of the Fuller Center, Katrina Porter-Dean, a cousin of Delores Black and a New Orleans event planner,
"I saw first hand how my cousin Delores was being blessed by this ministry and wanted to be a part of helping them celebrate their 5th anniversary in our great city, commemorate the 5th year anniversary of hurricane Katrina and, most importantly, raise funds so they can continue to serve low-income families," said Porter-Dean.
We hope to see you at the event!