Building a Better World, One House at a Time

The Fuller Center for Housing is an international, Christian nonprofit that builds and renovates houses in partnership with families in need. Homeowners work hand-in-hand with volunteers to build or renovate their homes, which they then pay for on terms they can afford, with no interest charged or profit made. This is charity with dignity and a building program that creates decent homes, restores neighborhoods and revitalizes communities.

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May 28, 2015
It may be the first-ever Lind-A Hand Build for Women, but next week will feel more like a homecoming for Linda Fuller, co-founder of The Fuller Center for Housing and the build's namesake. The build is being hosted by the Chattahoochee Fuller Center
May 26, 2015
(Hardware Retailing) The Fuller Center for Housing is sending bicyclists on a fundraising ride across the nation — and the North American Retail Hardware Association (NRHA) is helping pay for service projects along the way. Bikers participating
May 25, 2015
(Hayern Aysor) In what has become an annual tradition, the American Embassy in Armenia has teamed up with Fuller Center Armenia to help families have decent homes. "Volunteerism and community service are vibrant components of American culture, and
May 21, 2015
(KSLA-TV) Two years ago, Asbury United Methodist Church of Bossier City, Louisiana, and the Northwest Louisiana Fuller Center for Housing teamed up to honor the memory of Katy Watkins with the Katy Build, helping a formerly homeless couple get back on
May 20, 2015
  It might be hard to catch when it whips by at 220 mph, but The Fuller Center for Housing's logo will adorn the No. 88 car of Bryan Clauson in Sunday's 99th running of the Indianapolis 500 — courtesy of Jonathan Byrd's Racing, longtime
May 18, 2015
(The Daily News of Newburyport, Mass.) The Rev. Joan MacPherson, pastor of Main Street Congregational Church in Amesbury, Mass., has written a wonderful editorial about her congregation's work with The Fuller Center in Haiti. Excerpt: "We went to