Ohio State spring break trip to Americus
Mercer University students work on turning a vacant house into a home for the West family (clockwise from top left): Teresa, Abusomwan, Cobe and Abusomwan Jr. — in Macon, GA.
Ohio State students with homeowner Thad Harris.
One of 132 homes built so far in Haiti
First homeowner partner children in Nicaragua -- Cindi and Yasser
Cindi, from our first family helped in Nicaragua.
The transformed Allendalle community of Shreveport
A Mercer University student with kids during a Global Builders trip to Peru
Lizzy now lives in a Fuller Center home in Peru
Notre Dame students
Ryan Iafigliola's signature.
Hambardzum and his family have a safe new home in Armenia.
Fuller Center volunteer Amara Neng with children in Haiti.
Santigue Kanu, Sierra Leone
Santigue Kanu (right) and family, Sierra Leone
Santigue Kanu (right), Sierra Leone.
Homeowner partner Lorie Perdieu is presented with a Bible at the dedication of her home in Kansas City. She has since joined the Greater Kansas City Fuller Center for Housing's Board of Directors.
Happy children at the Fuller Center's community in La Florida, Peru.
Jacorey and Barbara Jenkins are reunited in their Waukegan, Illinois home. (Biggest photo we have of the Jenkins family.)
Lambi Village in Haiti
We've moved children and their families from tents to decent homes at Lambi Village in Haiti.
Chuck Vogt, left, one of the founders of the Fuller Center of Central Indiana poses with Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard in the once crime-ridden Fountain Square neighborhood, now filled with happy Fuller Center homeowners.
Fuller Center homes in the Allendale community of Shreveport — an area that was once so crime-ridden that the local police advised The Fuller Center not to even attempt working there. Serious crime has fallen 80 percent since we began building there in 2005.
The Fuller Center has taken many once-vacant homes