The Fuller Center for Housing of Greater Kansas City MO is a local Covenant Partner organization of The Fuller Center for Housing. The Fuller Center for Housing is a Christian 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that seeks to eradicate poverty housing by promoting partnerships with individuals and community groups to build and rehabilitate homes for people in need.
Fuller Center of Kansas City seeks to partner within our community to bring together churches, schools, businesses and civic organizations to build and renovate decent, affordable homes with people who are unable to secure adequate housing by conventional means. Numerous volunteers build new and rehabilitate existing homes. Qualified partner families work hand-in-hand with volunteers on these homes which are then sold to them on terms they can afford — based on no profit and no interest loans.
Our home repair programs are the Greater Blessing Program and the ReNew Program. The Greater Blessing Program consists of smaller projects that cost less than $2,500. Renew Program projects are more extensive. In both cases our family partners must own their own homes and agree to partner with us. Family partners agree to a specified amount of “sweat equity” as well as repaying to Fuller Center the cost of the renovations on terms they can afford. These payments are recycled to help other families in need.
Fuller Center for Housing accepts no government funds. We depend on the generosity of volunteers, donors and collaborative partners for the continuation of our mission.
Our office is at 6910 N Holmes Suite 152, Gladstone, MO 64118. The suite has an exterior entrance on the southwest corner of this office building 1 block west of Gladstone Community Center.