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.
Ginger Ford Northshore fuller center
Using volunteers to serve low-income, elderly and disabled.
Ginger Ford Northshore Fuller Center for Housing, Inc. is a faith-driven and Christ-centered ministry which uses volunteers to build and repair houses for low-income families in Tangipahoa and Livingston Parishes in Southeast Louisiana. Homeowners pay us back for building materials on terms they can afford, with no profit for us and no interest charged to them. Their collective repayments allow us to serve more folks in need. 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.’”
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Clothing & Shoes
Please call for availability! Clothing $2.00 unless priced otherwise Brand New Jeans $10 a pair Shoes $3.00 Purses As Priced
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Clothing drives help fund Fuller Center for Housing
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[…]
Volunteers brave heat to help
Progress on Christina Dennis’s house in Livingston Parish despite these volunteers working in intense heat!
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.