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Louisville’s WDRB-TV features Fuller Center efforts to push forward through pandemic headwinds

The coronavirus pandemic has hurt businesses and nonprofits alike, and The Fuller Center for Housing and its covenant partners across the United States and around the world are no exception. But the need for simple, decent housing has not gone away. In fact, the housing problem in America is projected to worsen due to economic fallout from the pandemic.

As reporter Stephan Johnson points out in a new report for WDRB-TV, The Fuller Center for Housing of Louisville, Kentucky, is among those Fuller Center covenant partners working hard to fight through these struggles and continue the mission that has become as important as ever.

click here for wdrb’s video and report

Check out this great Fuller Center of Louisville video detailing their current efforts:

Fuller Center 2020 from Tim Antkowiak on Vimeo.

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