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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My Armenian Story…

AGBU Discover Armenia¬†Volunteer member sharing her experience. My name is Lilit Malina Kevorkian and I‚Äôm seventeen years old. I grew up in an orphanage in Gyumri, Armenia and at the age of four I was adopted by an amazing family and now live in New York (USA). Being Armenian is very important to me and … Continue reading My Armenian Story…

CYMA WD Helping Build a Home with FCHA

July 28, 2018

On July 24-25, the Christian Youth Mission to Armenia (CYMA), girls from Mer Hooys, led by¬†Der Avedis Abovian, joined Fuller Center for Housing Armenia team to help the Midoyan family of four from Tatul village,Aragatsotn region to sooner finish the construction of their house. During the two-day collaboration, the groups did fantastic work passing buckets … Continue reading CYMA WD Helping Build a Home with FCHA

Armenian Assembly of America Helping Build a Home!

On 20 July,¬†Armenian Assembly of America¬†volunteers, led by Arpi Vartanian, joined Fuller Center for Housing Armenia team and the GB team from USA, led by Barbara Hovsepyan, to build the Dzhumyan family house in Nor Gyugh village, Kotayk region. The Armenian Assembly of America is the largest Washington-based nationwide organization promoting public understanding and awareness … Continue reading Armenian Assembly of America Helping Build a Home!