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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December 16, 2014
(WMGT-TV) The NBC-TV affiliate in Macon, Georgia, reports on the work of 10 Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity members from the University of Cincinnati who are spending a week with The Fuller Center for Housing of Macon making badly needed repairs to the
December 01, 2014
  From his earliest days growing up in Canada, Doug Miller cannot remember a time when he was not working. Now 78, he reels off with pride the many childhood jobs he worked: At the age of 10, he delivered shoes on his bike for a shoe repairer,
November 24, 2014
(Macon Telegraph) The Perry Georgia Fuller Center for Housing is forming in a city that is focused on reducing blight. The Perry Fuller Center will be led by former home builder Warren Johnson, who told the Macon Telegram he plans to focus on “
November 24, 2014
(The Shreveport Times) Cynthia Adams cut the ribbon Saturday to her brand-new, three-bedroom, two-bathroom house on Alston Street in a section of the struggling Shreveport neighborhood that's being revitalized in large part due to the efforts of The
November 20, 2014
(The Desert Trail) Some 58 hours after ground was broken, disabled Navy veteran Lloyd Tilch, his wife, Debbie, and their grandson, Cody, were presented the keys to their new house during a heartfelt ceremony in front of the Serrano Drive home late
November 17, 2014
(KESQ-TV) Lloyd Tilch, of Twentynine Palms, California, proudly served his country as a Navy corpsman for 20 years. Now disabled, he is not the only one in his family battling medical issues that have led to a mountain of medical bills. Wife Debbie has