what we do & why we do it
The Fuller Center approaches the world's housing problem with a solution rooted in the Bible, at the same time they are accepting of all walks of life without judgement. The Fuller Center for Housing (as an organization) does not discriminate on the basis of religion, age, sexual orientation or sexual identity, as well as those outlined in the fair housing act, in joyfully welcoming people of all sorts as volunteers or in selecting beneficiaries for their services. We build homes with group funds, volunteers along side the future owners, who pay their mortgage back to the affiliate group directly. Their payments are then used to build homes for others. Our volunteers come from all backgrounds, some come with skills, others start unskilled and leave with a host of new abilities. A home one can call there own, is a starting block to a better life in almost endless ways. We would love to have you join our cause any way you can.
- Butch Claussen, Board President
- Noelle Weishaar, Treasurer
- Angie Haun, Secretary
- George Tonner, Member
- Dr. Jim Wakefield MD, Vice President
- Carol Deardorff, Member
- Carol Sue, Member
- Pam Papak, Member
- Savannah Claussen, Member
- Roger Wood, Member
Fuller center, jasper county indiana mission statement
Fuller Center for Housing of Jasper County, IN was founded and is run by Jasper County community members of all ages and from many professions. We work under the core principals of The Fuller Center for Housing and The Bible. Our goal is to eliminate sub- standard housing in Jasper County, IN. At the same time we hope to teach new skills to everyone involved and support our local economy as much as possible.
the story of millard and fuller Center:
The full story from the current president, who worked hand and hand with Millard.
Audio and video from Millard and his wife, volunteers, and recipients.