Another nice report on our flooding recovery work in Louisiana.
Beyond the bike: Always great to see our orange Bicycle Adventure shirts with a little sweat on them!
Look who is building in Haiti this week! Pictured in the familiar orange shirt is our Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure coordinator Connor Ciment. He and 10 others are spending a week in Haiti to help with the building of a home for a local Haitian family.
Nielsen executive and Global Builders volunteer Scott Brand writes of a life-changing trip to Nicaragua.
Great to see "Mother Woods" back in her home! Many of our repair projects help seniors stay in the homes they love and maintain their pride & independence.
Our Bicycle Adventure connected us to these new partners who've embraced our grass-roots principles.
Perhaps Valentine's Day is the perfect time to release this short video about the love you share through this ministry. #ValentinesDay
Thank you for making this community possible. Let's build more!
“In various ways all of us should be constantly finding people and situations that are dead, buried, and covered up in order to help bring them to the light because the God that we service is a God of light, a God of love, and a God of caring.” — Millard Fuller
We are proud to keep Millard's dream alive while sticking to the grass-roots, Christian principles in which he believed in so strongly. You can learn more about those principles here: fullercenter.org/mission-statement/
Our work in Pignon, Haiti, continues to flourish! This is the first home of 2017 with two more soon to be completed. Thank you to our Global Builders, fantastic partners on the ground and local laborers who made it possible for another Haitian family to have a simple, decent place to live.
Our newest covenant partner will be in Houston, Mississippi — where Parkway Baptist Church has been a wonderful host and friend to our Bicycle Adventure during its spring rides down the Natchez Trace Parkway.
Do you have a group looking for the perfect team-building opportunity that also builds a better world? #volunteering
When people are happy at home, they don't make the desperate, dangerous decision to sneak into other countries. #IllegalImmigration