Partner charity features Fuller Center President David Snell in extensive profile
When Millard Fuller passed away unexpectedly in 2009, there was brief consideration that maybe the nonprofit affordable housing ministry that he and wife Linda had founded just four years earlier should simply shut its doors.
It was a fleeting consideration.
The board decided that Millard would have wanted the ministry to keep growing and that there still was much work to do in helping God’s people have simple, decent places to live. And they decided that David Snell should serve as the president of The Fuller Center for Housing.
Nearly 15 years later, The Fuller Center is thriving, and President Snell continues to guide the organization through the nonprofit world’s ever-changing landscape.
“Millard would be proud of how David has guided the ministry with a steady hand while staying true to the principles upon which The Fuller Center was founded,” People Helping People Network founder Jeff Cardwell (a Fuller Center board member in 2009 and today) notes in a new profile of David Snell on PHP’s website.
To read the extensive feature article and learn more about how President Snell was drawn into the housing ministry and why he continues to serve, click the link below: