Louisville Kentucky Fuller Center for Housing

4102 West Market St
Louisville, KY 40212


Phone: 502-272-1377

Visit our website at fchky.org

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Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin speaking at Louisville Fuller Center’s annual Legacy Breakfast.


Starting with the once-blighted Boston Court, The Fuller Center for Housing of Louisville has transformed the Court and is continuing to make a difference throughout the Shawnee neighborhood on the west end of the city. Louisville is The Fuller Center’s leader in the Save a House/Make a Home initiative, in which banks and investors can relieve themselves of vacant properties they consider “toxic assets” by donating them to us. We then restore the homes to good condition and fill them with families once again, a boost to the families, community and the housing industry itself. Volunteers and donations are still needed to continue the work. To volunteer or learn more about these projects call 502-272-1377. Fuller Center for Housing of Louisville hosted the Millard Fuller Legacy Build 2014. Click here to view photos of the build.


  • Volunteers, donation of tools and building materials. Call 502-272-1377
  • Donations-Checks can be sent to Fuller Center for Housing of Louisville, 4102 West Market St., Louisville, KY 40212. All donations are tax-deductible.


The Fuller Center of Louisville; Filling once vacant homes- with families!

Keith Kaiser learns about Fuller Center effort to fix up homes

Homes in west Louisville neighborhood get new, modern look

Local nonprofit remodels home for Veteran and family

Television coverage of Louisville’s work with veterans.

Compassionate Community/Fuller Center volunteers help with home repairs.

How Louisville is changing lives and transforming communities through partnerships.

PHOTOS: Save a House/Make a Home changes Boston Court, Shawnee neighborhood

PHOTOS: The 2011 Derby City Build

Carolyn Mayes and her home are both stories of second chances.

Louisville Mayor praises work of Fuller Center.

Louis Alexander personifies what Louisville Fuller Center is doing with homes.