The Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure is nearing the halfway point of its seven-week trip. In addition to raising funds and spreading the word about The Fuller Center, the team is stopping in six cities along the way to build with Fuller Center covenant partners.
The team’s first build day was in Aurora, Ohio with the NW Portage County Fuller Center. The homeowner is Brenda Martin, a single mother of two sons who was running up an impossible electric bill.
Martin asked around for help and met up with Clete Yoder of the NW Portage Fuller Center. He discovered that her home was poorly insulated. Yoder is hoping the renovations The Fuller Center is undertaking, including insulation added and windows sealed by the cyclists, will drastically reduce her electric bills.
Here, Brenda talks about what that will mean for her:
Keep up with the bike team’s adventures and other build days on the bicycle adventure blog.
Contribute to the bicycle adventure to help them meet their fundraising goal and to allow The Fuller Center to help more people like Brenda!