We pray. we build. we support.
At Fuller Center for Housing, we not only help build affordable housing, we also help homewoners learn what it takes to keep that home and maintain it. We offer education and support long after the final stroke of the paintbrush. It's our commitment to the families and the community.
Everyone has a place at The Fuller Center for Housing – Ginger Ford Northshore. Volunteer, build, donate, or serve on a committee. We can use all the hands we can get!
We need funding to purchase materials for building homes for family as well as operating the organizations. Which type of builder are you? Donate now!
Support through donating clothes!
HELP US FILL OUR DONATION BINS! Located across Southeast Louisiana, these clothing donations turn into dollars for The Fuller Center for Housing to continue building projects.
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Using volunteers to serve low-income, elderly and disabled.
Ginger Ford Northshore Fuller Center for Housing, faith-driven and Christ-centered, is a non-profit housing ministry serving Tangipahoa and Livingston Parishes. We strive to help low-income, elderly and disabled citizens obtain safe, decent and affordable housing by using volunteers to build and repair. Homeowners pay us back for building materials based on terms they can afford. Their collective re-payments provide us with income to do more projects for the people we serve. It is truly a “pay-it-forward” ministry based on the bible verse Acts 20:35 which says “remember the words of the Lord Jesus, ‘it is a greater blessing to give than to receive.
We couldn't help families without our staff and volunteers!
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See what's happening at The Fuller Center for Housing – Ginger Ford Northshore
We are expanding the donations of clothing and textiles beyond the designated bins in the area. We are encouraging civic organizations, schools, and churches to conduct a clothing drive at their location. We will provide signs and banners to highlight the event and a transport vehicle will be on sight to receive the donations either[…]
The ReUse Store will collect and recycle usable latex and water-based paints and blend them into new colors. Paint will be poured into new containers and labeled with a color sample for easy selection. The paint will be processed to ensure it is free of any debris and be essentially like new. We will encourage[…]
Progress on Christina Dennis’s house in Livingston Parish despite these volunteers working in intense heat!
Fuller Center Disaster Rebuilders are building this one nearby for the Leigh Ann Johnson family who flooded in their current home in 2016.
Mark Miley works on his sweat equity hours at the future home of Daphne Vernon on E. Park Avenue in Hammond. Mark, who is a professional carpenter and cabinet maker, qualified to purchase a Fuller Center home in Pumpkin Center.
Ginger Ford Northshore Fuller Center invites you to attend two House Dedication Ceremonies on Saturday July 23rd. The first dedication will take place at 901 E. Park Street in Hammond at 8:30am. It is a brand new house built for Daphne Vernon and her son, Aaron. The second house dedication will be at 10:00am at[…]
Daphne Vernon and her son Aaron have agreed to partner with Ginger Ford Northshore Fuller Center on their new home at 901 E. Park Street in Hammond. Construction will begin in early 2016. The walls for the house were built by a church in Palos Heights, IL in partnership with Crossroads Missions. They will be[…]
The Krystal Dillon house in Independence was finished in May. She and her family are enjoying their new home and they are very grateful to all the volunteers who helped build it!
After only 1 month of construction, our new house for the Krystal Dillon family in Independence is looking great! Pictured here are Krystal and her children who delivered lunch to our volunteers on Wednesday March 4th. These volunteers drove all the way down from St. Louis, MO and Minnesota to help us build this house!