Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Fuller Center of Atlanta is Seeking Volunteers

The Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Atlanta is looking for volunteers who can help us build, renovate and repair more homes for needy families in the metro Atlanta area. Volunteers can assist us in a variety of ways

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The Powerful Combination of Human, Social and Financial Capital in Neighborhood Stabilization

What do you get when you put together community residents with vision; faith and community based organizations; City, State and Local Government; churches; local non-profits; and local corporate and employee philanthropy in the highest mortgage fraud and blighted community in … Continue reading

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Richmond First Baptist Church Rocks!

Eighty youth and adults joined The Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Atlanta, Inc. and Sustainable Lakewood to transform four city blocks from rows of abandoned houses to works of art. Seventeen houses received lawn care, trash clean-up and murals, … Continue reading

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Volunteering at the Fuller Center of Atlanta

John Jackson learned of The Fuller Center while in the parking lot of Labor Ready, waiting for his job assignment for the day. He did not get assigned that day, so he asked if he could volunteer. Since May, he … Continue reading

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The LifeCycle Building Center is Repurposing People, Places and Processes

As landfills continue to impact our environment, The Fuller Center is making a move to reduce waste from its projects, and encourage others to do the same. The LifeCycle Building Center, a joint project of The Fuller Center for Housing … Continue reading

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Fuller Center Volunteers Brave the Atlanta Heat to Help Paint Homes for Families in Need

Despite the 100 degree heat in Atlanta, many volunteers from the Atlanta Fuller Center, the Atlanta Real Estate Investors Alliance (Atlanta REIA), local churches and the Lakewood Heights neighborhood showed up today at 10 Gould Street to help paint homes … Continue reading

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10 Gould Street Gets A New Family With “Green” On Their Mind

Trina, Lanecia and Triana Kinson are completing their 350 hours of sweat equity to become Fuller Center homeowners. Using low VOC paint, the Kinsons are assisting with making this house an Earthcraft certified home. Raney Branch, a recent graduate of … Continue reading

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