The Fuller Center for Housing, Louisville, acquires/purchases vacant, abandoned or foreclosed upon properties to restore and utilize for affordable housing for community members. Through our work, we improve the street and neighborhood and help an individual or family begin to build generational wealth through property ownership. We utilize partnerships with community organizations, churches, and individuals who volunteer to help renovate each community house and provide ongoing services, so our homeowners go from surviving to thriving.
The Fuller Center for Housing serves the most impoverished families in the community. Our comprehensive education program has weekly expectations for six months of training before an individual or family can take on a mortgage. We focus on renovation which means we are making a difference in the life of the family moving into the home and revitalizing the community.
The Fuller Center for Housing of Louisville opened it's doors in 2008. Since then we have touched over 100 families in our quest to help low-income families gain permanent, affordable housing.
The Fuller Center for Housing, faith-driven and Christ-centered, promotes collaborative and innovative partnerships with individuals and organizations in an unrelenting quest to provide adequate shelter for all people in need Louisville, KY.
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1351 Catalpa Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40211, United States
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