Tag: affordable housing

New paperback “The Vision at Work” tells The Fuller Center for Housing’s story

New paperback “The Vision at Work” tells The Fuller Center for Housing’s story

New paperback “The Vision at Work” tells The Fuller Center for Housing’s story AMERICUS, Georgia — Through the years, Fuller Center for Housing President David Snell has stood before thousands of supporters, volunteers, church congregations and others to tell the story of The Fuller Center for Housing. He’s spoken of how Millard and Linda Fuller […]

Clarence Jordan: The man who inspired Millard Fuller and enlightened charity

Clarence Jordan: The man who inspired Millard Fuller and enlightened charity

Clarence Jordan: The man who inspired Millard Fuller and enlightened charity AMERICUS, Georgia — It was 110 years ago that Clarence Jordan was born — on July 29, 1910. He grew up in the small town of Talbotton, Georgia, but he would go on to change the world in a big way as he tried […]

Yonkers Times piece highlights Jim Killoran’s crusade for affordable housing

Yonkers Times piece highlights Jim Killoran’s crusade for affordable housing

Fuller Center for Housing of Greater New York City Executive Director Jim Killoran recently embarked upon a walk with several others from Manhattan to Mamaroneck to raise funds for their Walk for Homes campaign and to bring to the forefront the issue of how unaffordable housing is in Westchester. Once they reached their destination at […]

SERIES: The terms that define our mission — “grass-roots”

SERIES: The terms that define our mission — “grass-roots”

(Photo: Doug Miller (left) is a generous financial supporter of The Fuller Center for Housing and an active volunteer who recognizes the direct impact made possible through The Fuller Center’s grass-roots mission. He helped build the home of Latisha Booker (right) in Lanett, Alabama, Millard Fuller’s hometown.) This is the first in a series of […]