The Tallahassee Fuller Center for Housing was established in May 2008 with the creation of our founding board of directors, election of officers and signing of the Fuller Center Covenant Partnership. The Tallahassee Fuller Center for Housing seeks to repair and rehabilitate owner-occupied homes for families who, due to economic circumstances, cannot otherwise afford a simple, decent and affordable home. Beneficiary families will help repair and renovate their homes in partnership with the Tallahassee FCH and pay for repairs though the Greater Blessing program. Payments received will be used to repair homes for other families in need. We intend to promote partnerships with individuals, churches, other community groups and government agencies who share our goal of eradicating poverty housing. Click here to see our list of completed projects.
Tallahassee Fuller Center is in the process of replacing a roof and doing other badly needed repairs to the home of Mary Lou Herring in Havana, FL. Bradfordville First Baptist Church of Tallahassee is leading students from University of Mobile with the first phase of this project. FSU Student Union volunteers along with First Community Primitive Baptist Church will complete the second phase of the project. Roofing materials have been donated but donations are still needed to help complete the project. To donate or volunteer contact Tom Fackender at email@example.com.
- Project managers experienced in any area of housing renovation and repair
- Financial support - Make checks payable to Tallahassee Fuller Center for Housing, P.O. Box 12951, Tallahassee, FL 32317-2951. Tallahassee Fuller Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. All donations are tax-deductible.
- Committee members for Family Selection, Family Partnering, Resource Development/Public Relations, Church Relations, Finance, Construction and Volunteer Coordination
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Video: Deer Lake United Methodist Church teams with Fuller Center to give disabled man's home a new roof.