Let's plant more seeds of hope in 2020!

The Fuller Center for Housing relies on the generosity of churches, businesses and people like you to spread the Theology of the Hammer — putting faith into action across the United States and around the world by partnering with families in need of simple, decent places to call home. Every home that we build is a message about the Gospel. Every home that we build is a sermon of God’s love!

This home for Angela and Andrea Rivera — who lost their mother in the March 3, 2019 tornado that ravaged Lee County, Alabama — is one of 18 The Fuller Center has built as part of the tornado recovery. This house was among 11 dedicated in October at the Millard Fuller Legacy Build.

A COMMITMENT TO GOOD STEWARDSHIP

There’s a reason we get such high ratings from charity watchdogs like Charity Navigator and GuideStar, who has awarded us their highest-level Platinum rating for transparency. Your donations are put to work in the field as much as possible. With 89.6 percent of expenses going to programs, The Fuller Center for Housing far exceeds the nonprofit standard of at least 65 percent going to programs. Our headquarters is a lean operation housed in a small, former Chinese restaurant that was donated to Millard Fuller when we launched The Fuller Center in 2005. We will always be committed to maximizing the impact of your generous gifts and staying true to our grass-roots, Christian principles.

A few images from a memorable 2019