The Fuller Center was started by a great man, Millard Fuller, who had a dream that all people would have a decent home to call their own. This great charity has many chapters all over the great USA and the world. The Central Florida Affiliate has replaced roofs for Mr. Colston, a disabled man with a handicapped child; Mrs. Sainey, an elderly widow; Rose and Marie Torres, elderly disabled widows, and many more wonderful deserving individuals. The Fuller Center also has replaced siding, repaired driveways, repaired falling ceilings, doing whatever a person may need around their home to make their last years as comfortable as possible. They have built more than 10 wheelchair ramps locally, built 10 new homes with other chapters in the Chattahoochee Valley of Georgia and Alabama, helped rebuild homes in Shreveport Louisiana after hurricane Katrina, and many other projects.
All monies raised during this coming year will be donated to Florida Chapters and used locally for people in need.
For information on your local Florida chapter, please visit:
Central Florida: http://fullercenter.org/centralflorida/
2016 was a record year for the Fuller Center for Housing. View the video below to see the amazing work they are doing around the world.
To learn more about the Fuller Center for Housing, visit www.fullercenter.org.
Donations to the 2016 Charity of Choice, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, totaled more than $8,000. Donations were collected from the Heads or Tails game hosted by the Young Professionals, the Affiliate Competition during Convention, and Team FRSA participating in the Great Strides Walk - where we were in the Top 3 Teams! Thank you to everyone that donated to this worthy cause.
2015 Charity of Choice - Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
Donations to the 2015 Charity of Choice, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, totaled more than $3,600 and were used to purchase two media carts, televisions, games systems, and games for the hospital. The carts are being put to good use on a daily basis helping children cope with the difficulties of hospitalization.
We thank those that donated to this worthy cause!