The Fuller Center for Housing (FCH) is an ecumenical Christian, 501(c)3 non-profit, non-governmental organization based in Americus, Georgia that builds and repairs homes for low-income families and individuals. It is active in 60 U.S. cities and 16 countries outside the U.S.
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... Inspired by the walks of 700, 1,000, and 1,200 miles led by Millard and Linda Fuller in the 1980s, the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure was created in 2008 by a Notre Dame graduate ... The ride is intended to raise money through grassroots fundraising for The Fuller Center's projects, and also to raise awareness about the need for affordable housing for low-income families ... While traveling, the team also builds or renovates Fuller Center housing projects and speaks to the media, church groups and civic organizations ...
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