For this year's annual Day of Caring, employees from BMH Indianapolis, Blue Arc Engineering, ASAP Automation and Helen Wells participated in the Fuller Center Legacy Build. The project involved building or refurbishing 15 homes based in Fountain Square, Indianapolis. Projects included residing, roofing, painting, mortoring, and electrical work. "Organizers of the build say it will help lay the foundation for the neighborhood's rebirth, ridding it of crime and derelict," quoted the Indy Southsider. The Fuller Center was started in spring of 2005 by Millard Fuller and his wife Linda, who co-founded Habitat for Humanity in 1976. The Fuller Center for Housing is a non-profit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry dedicated to eliminating poverty housing worldwide. By forming partnerships with local organizations, The Fuller Center provides the structure, guidance and support that communities need to build and repair homes for the impoverished among them. The Fuller Center seeks to improve their standards of living by helping those people help themselves. Click here to learn more about the Fuller Center Legacy build.
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