BRAND NEW VIDEO: "The more you give, the more you gain!"
That's the point of the short but powerful video produced by Ryan Pierce, a Fuller Center for Housing volunteer who recently worked with one of our Global Builders teams in Peru. Thank you, Ryan, for your great work and for allowing us to share your inspiring video!
The last two months of the year are so important for nonprofits like The Fuller Center for Housing because it is when most charitable giving happens — and when we get an idea of how much we can accomplish together in the coming year. We appreciate your support in 2019 and look forward to partnering with you to build more simple, decent places to live in 2020!

As noted on our Year-End Campaign webpage, our most recent audit shows that 89.6% of funds donated to The Fuller Center go to programs in the field — well above the 65-percent standard for nonprofits. Because we keep our overhead low, more donations in the coming year will push that percentage even higher! This is why we get such high ratings from charity watchdogs Charity Navigator and GuideStar — and why you can feel good knowing your generosity is being well-spent with maximum impact.

Another easy way to support our work is to encourage your Facebook friends to give. Click here to see how simple it is to set up a Giving Tuesday, birthday or other fundraiser on Facebook for The Fuller Center. It's not only easy, but Facebook gives 100 percent of donations to The Fuller Center.
"God's hands at work"

Many people know Chuck Ingraham as a health fanatic who is driven to help people have decent places to live through the Lanier Fuller Center north of Atlanta and at Fuller Center builds. Yet, a shocking cardiac event landed him in the hospital where his medical and service paths crossed: He was helped by a man who lost his aunt and uncle in the March 3 Beauregard tornado — and whose cousin got a new home that Chuck helped build just three weeks earlier.
Veteran Global Builder says Nicaragua trip won't be her last!

Kaye Hooker has been on many Global Builders service trips, most to a nation with which she has fell in love — Haiti. But after her first Global Builders trip to Nicaragua, Haiti's going to have to learn to share Kaye's love. This dedicated Christian servant was kind enough to pen a blog post in which she explains why she was so touched during her recent trip to Nicaragua.
"Homeslessness should not be accepted in our society"

Fuller Center of Greater New York Executive Director Jim Killoran is featured in a new Yorkers Times piece about his passion for helping veterans, the homeless and others have decent places to live and about his unique ability to bring volunteers together from all walks of life to make The Fuller Center's work possible in his service area.
Registration is now open for the Bicycle Adventure's 2020 rides

There's perhaps no better way to experience the majesty of our nation than from the seat of a bicycle. You can now register for one of our summer rides or our annual spring ride down the Natchez Trace Parkway. These orange-clad packs of riders generate awareness for our work and have raised more than $2.7 million for our work since 2008. You can join them!
Apply now for a summer 2020 Bicycle Adventure internship

Know someone who would like a unique experience to add to their resume? Is it you? Our Bicycle Adventure is accepting applications for interns to join our summer rides in the areas of social media, video, photography and logistics. You will play a vital role in the success of our rides. Act today! Deadline for applications is Dec. 20, 2019. If you know someone who may be interested, please let them know.
VIDEO: Beacons of hope in Lee County, Alabama (3:50)

The 18 Fuller Center homes built in the Lee County, Alabama tornado recovery this year provide hope to an area that desperately needed it. This new video features footage from the 2019 Millard Fuller Legacy Build and reflections from Fuller Center President David Snell.