Building Homes, Communities and a Homeland

The Fuller Center for Housing Armenia is a non-governmental charitable organization that supports community development in the Republic of Armenia by assisting in building and renovating simple, decent, and affordable homes as well as advocating the right to a decent shelter as a matter of conscience and action.

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Sosé & Allen’s Legacy Foundation and Fuller Center for Housing Armenia Join Forces for Third Annual Legacy Build

July 10, 2015

There are people who come into this world like a meteor – they live short lives but leave behind shining memories long that remain after they are gone. Sosé Thomassian and Allen Yekikian, a young couple, who had strong ties in Armenia as well as throughout the Diaspora, lost their lives in May 2013 after … Continue reading Sosé & Allen’s Legacy Foundation and Fuller Center for Housing Armenia Join Forces for Third Annual Legacy Build

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400th Home Milestone Celebrated with the 10-year Veteran Volunteer Team Leader

June 23, 2015

The Fuller Center for Housing Armenia team and the Global Builders volunteer team from the U.S., led by Cynthia Reimers Erickson, celebrated the 400th home milestone in Lejan village of Lori Region. It’s the call of blood and the will of helping others that brings  Cynthia Erickson to Armenia already 10 years; and she comes … Continue reading 400th Home Milestone Celebrated with the 10-year Veteran Volunteer Team Leader

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The U.S. Embassy and Fuller Center for Housing Armenia Continue Partnership

May 26, 2015

Good Will Has One Language – Humane. On May 23, 2015, U.S. Embassy Helping Hands volunteers together with the Fuller Center for Housing Armenia team participated in two events in Ujan village,Aragatsotn region: the teams installed carpet tiles at Zorik Avetisyan’s house (the carpet tiles were donated to FCHA by the U.S. Embassy in 2014 … Continue reading The U.S. Embassy and Fuller Center for Housing Armenia Continue Partnership

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40 Houses to be Built in 10 Regions of Armenia. VivaCell-MTS and Fuller Center for Housing Armenia Partnership Gained Momentum

”A whole life, almost 20 years, my family has lived in this half-built house with cement floors, leaking roof and damp walls. Two of our children have serious health problems; my daughter was born with a heart disease. My son was born blind in one eye, he is also ill with brucellosis . My wife and … Continue reading 40 Houses to be Built in 10 Regions of Armenia. VivaCell-MTS and Fuller Center for Housing Armenia Partnership Gained Momentum