"Macon Change: FCHM" Feature Article
Drew Daws, a journalism major at Mercer University wrote an excellent article recently published in Mercer's The Cluster. This story is a good summary of the work FCHM is doing in Napier Heights community. Click here to read the article in full, and be sure to pass it on!
Blog Highlights Macon Event
Click here to read a blog by David Snell, President of Fuller Center for Housing.
Fuller Center Newsletter Highlights Macon's Work
A recent newsletter sent by Fuller Center for Housing, highlights the work of FCH Macon and other Covenant Partners who are giving new hope to veterans. Click here to read the news.
ReNew Home Dedicated for Veteran in Macon
On Sunday, October 4, FCH Macon dedicated a home that had seen significant repairs and improvements, including new floors throughout, a new bathroom, and new kitchen cabinets, counter tops, and sink. As volunteers blessed the home with prayers, scriptures, and song, the Veteran homeowner shared his gratitude for the ministry of the Fuller Center.
Click here for video news coverage of the dedication.
Fuller Center Families, Homes Safe and Sound
The Fuller Center families and homes in Nepal are safe after the huge earthquake. Check out the full story here.
FCH Macon Participates in National Build Day
The Fuller Center Macon will be part of a large effort to repair more than a dozen houses on Saturday, April 25. Along with Rebuilding Together Warner Robins and Perry Fuller Center for Housing, Macon's Fuller Center will participate in National Rebuild Day. FCH Macon is planning to help a Vietnam veteran whose back door was nailed shut because it wouldn’t close properly. Other problems include a broken light fixture, a need for paint and cabinets that are in bad shape. Volunteers from the Downtown Macon Rotary Club are expected to help the veteran, whose home also will need rotten wood replaced in the bathroom. To read the full story, as reported by the Macon Telegraph, click here.
Kroger Community Rewards
The Fuller Center Macon has signed up for the Kroger Community Rewards Program, which donates a percentage of the amount you spend at Kroger to the nonprofit of your choice. This is a wonderful “low-effort” way for us to raise funds to help low-income families have a safe and affordable place to live. You can sign up online at krogercommunityrewards.com. Fuller Center Macon’s NPO number is: 41101. You can also sign up by phone. For instructions, click here.
Thank You to Buddy Greene for a Great Concert!
On March 22, 2015 the Fuller Center for Housing of Macon sponsored a benefit concert with Buddy Greene at the Grand Opera House. The concert was well-received by the Macon community. We want t to thank all of the sponsors, donors, and community members who attended for helping us raise funds to end blight in Middle Georgia! Click here to watch a video of Buddy Greene playing at Carnegie Hall. You can check out Buddy Greene's website here.
In September 2014, Melissa and David Meeks, and their son Will, won $250,000 in the Wells Fargo What Makes a Home contest. The Meeks family generously donated ten percent of their winnings to The Fuller Center for Housing of Macon! To check out the full story, click here.