Northern Virginia

Location

Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing
107 S. West Street, PMB 757
Alexandria, VA 22314
United States
Phone: 571-225-6383

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The Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing was established in March of 2008 in Alexandria, Va. Our goal has been to establish partnerships with individuals and community groups to build and rehabilitate homes for people in need. Our service area includes Arlington, Fairfax, and Prince William Counties. Over the past three years we have completed eleven building projects for low income families.




Northern Virginia Fuller Center starts first Military Builders Program:

Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing has implemented a Military Builders Program that will cultivate relationships with local military installations and engage them in the work of the covenant partner. The members of the military builders committee represent a number of different installations, demonstrating the spirit of ecumenism. This committee helps plan and organize builds for veterans who are proximate to local installations.

First Military Builders Project: February 28-April 1, 2011

The addition for the Himan family was the first project under the Military Builders. In September 2009 at age 25, Joshua Himan was a Marine Lance Corporal, when his Humvee hit an improvised explosive device in Hellmund Province, Afghanistan, forever changing his life. The explosion severely injured Joshua’s spinal cord, leaving him a quadriplegic, paralyzed from the chest down. Joshua left his ability to live independently on a battlefield in Afghanistan – a warrior’s sacrifice. 

The Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing has raised the funds, secured subcontractors, and coordinated volunteers and just completed the addition to the Himan family. The home included an accessible bathroom for easy bathing, wide doorways and hallways to allow for easy transport, and a master suite with sufficient space for Joshua. View the latest photos of the Himan family project.


To volunteer time, make a contribution, or donate materials and make a lasting difference in the local community and future military builds, please contact Robert Lang at (703) 221-7065 or send an email to volunteers@novafullercenter.org.

Read about an anonymous donor who pledged to match donations made to the Himan housing project.

Second Military Build Project Planned:

Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing has joined forces with Azalea Charities and Quality of Life Foundation again to help build a handicap accessible home for the Briseno Family to help with the care of Jay Briseno an Army Reservist that was wounded in Baghdad. This will be the second Military Build project taken on by Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing since first of the year. Continue to read more about this special project and volunteer opportunities and to become a sponsor of this worthy project click here. 

To make donations to these projects please make your checks payable to:
Northern VA Fuller Center for Housing
107 S. West Street, PMB 757
Alexandria,VA 22314


Needs for Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing

  • Chairpersons for the following committees: Family Partnering, Resource Development, Church Relations, Public/Media Representative, Site Selection, Volunteer Coordination.  
     
  • Committee members for Family Selection, Family Partnering, Resource Development, Church Relations, Site Selection, and assistance for our volunteer coordinator.
     
  • Financial support. Please make checks payable to The Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing. Mail to: 107 S. West Street, PMB 757, Alexandria, VA 22314. All donations are tax deductible. Click here to donate to the Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing.
Contact Information:
Northern Virginia Fuller Center for Housing
107 S. West Street, PMB 757
Alexandria,VA 22314
Phone: 571-225-6383
 

volunteers@novafullercenter.org