WHO WE ARE
The Fuller Center for Housing is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization lending a hand around Utah County to lift up and encourage low-income homeowners by making needed repairs to their homes. In so doing, Fuller seeks to model and share the love of Christ. To help make homes safe and sound, Fuller offer 2 types of services to any Utah County homeowner who qualifies based on financial need, regardless of ethnicity, age, gender, or faith: Greater Blessing Projects and Encouragement Projects.
Small, 1-day outdoor clean-up, yard work, or repair projects.
Free to the homeowner.
Require no written application.
Call or email Fuller to describe your project and income level to see if you qualify. (Click on “Contact Us” above.)
Greater Blessing Project
Larger repairs costing up to $5,000 and more.
All labor is provided free of charge unless a specialist must be hired.
Any materials that must be purchased will be obtained at the lowest price possible.
The homeowners become partners with Fuller by contributing “sweat equity,” when possible, as they work on their home alongside the volunteers or by helping in other ways that suit their ability
When the project is complete, the homeowners slowly “pay forward” the cost of the project, all on burden-free terms the homeowners can afford, with zero interest.
These “repayments” are then used to help another Utah County neighbor get the same hand-up.
This gives partnering families the greater blessing of transforming from recipients of help into givers themselves.
A written application and home visit are required. Contact Fuller to describe your project and income level to see if you qualify. (Click on “Contact Us” above.) OR complete and submit the online application. (Click on “Application” above).
HOW WE ARE MAKING A CHANGE
By improving the homes of low-income Utah County homeowners, Fuller seeks to model and share the love of Christ. Service is joyfully offered to all who qualify based on financial need, regardless of ethnicity or creed. Millard Fuller, the founder of both the Fuller Center for Housing and Habitat for Humanity, declared, “Everyone deserves a decent place to live.” Here in Utah County, we are seeking to live out that conviction. We build community by partnering with donors, organizations, businesses, and hundreds of individual volunteers to innovatively and generously make homes safe and sound—and “decent”—for as many people as possible. We offer people in need a hand up, not a handout, and, in return, an opportunity to give back to others.