The Greater Twin Cities Fuller Center is a covenant partner with The Fuller Center for Housing, founded by Millard and Linda Fuller for the purpose of eliminating poverty housing in the world.  Read more about Millard Fuller and The Fuller Center for Housing.

OUR MISSION

Working in partnership with homeowner families, local churches, businesses, organizations and individuals to restore, rehabilitate or construct decent, affordable housing for God's people in need, transforming communities one family at a time and restoring pride in homeownership. Read more about Who We Are

Maple Grove Project

Construction is underway to replace siding and windows for the Stewart family of Maple Grove.  Grab your hammer and join us as we put the final touches on their home. Click for Current Project details

Shrink-A-Thon

Lose Weight and help a family in need, everyone wins! A Shrink-A-Thon is just like Walk-a-thon. Participants join a team and follow a prescribed 12 week weight loss program. Each participant secures supporters that pledge $ for every pound lost. The money is then used to fund a housing project  for a local family in need. Click here to find out more!

2009 Millard Fuller Legacy Build

2009 Millard Fuller Legacy Build

(Aug 30th - Sept 5th)

During the week of Aug. 30 to Sept. 4, Fuller Center covenant partners across the U.S. and around the world will build, renovate and/or dedicate homes with families in need as part of the inaugural Millard Fuller Legacy Build. At least 100 simple, decent houses will be built or renovated in the weeks and months leading up to the Legacy Build week, with all the houses being dedicated during that week in a worldwide expression of love in action.

From Arkansas to Peru, from Virginia to El Salvador, more than one-thousand volunteers are expected to participate in the event honoring The Fuller Center’s late founder, Millard Fuller, and his vision of eliminating poverty housing worldwide.

JOIN THE EXCITEMENT IN LANETT, ALABAMA

The Millard Fuller Legacy Build will be anchored in Lanett, Ala., the hometown of Mr. Fuller, who had planned to celebrate his 50th wedding anniversary with wife Linda as part of the August 2009 blitz build. Instead of an anniversary celebration, the 100-house build is now in celebration and honor of Mr. Fuller, who passed away on February 3rd 2009.  

In Lanett, volunteers will build six (6) new homes and conduct Greater Blessing repairs and renovations on another 10 houses in the area effectively changing the face of an entire neighborhood.

Volunteers are still needed in Lanett. 

To register for the build, please click here.

The outpouring of support for this year’s build has already launched plans for next year’s 2010 Millard Fuller Legacy Build in Indianapolis, Indiana. Whether you can volunteer for a day or an entire week, we invite you to participate in the 2009 legacy build event nearest you, and help us provide simple, decent housing for struggling families who need a hand up. Click on the name for contact information and to learn more about that partner. The list is still growing, so check back often for additional locations.

U.S. locations participating in 2009 Legacy Build

International locations participating in 2009 Legacy Build