Castle Country Fuller Center, formerly Habitat for Humanity, believes that people deserve a decent, safe, and affordable home. We work in partnership with families to build and/or renovate houses for families in need. Bettering the quality of a home improves the life quality of the family and strengthens the community as a whole.
The real work takes place at a local level where funds are raised, volunteers are mobilized, families are selected, and houses are rehabilitated.
Castle Country Fuller Center’s mission is simple. We are a faith-driven, Christian centered organization. We believe that every man, woman, and child should have a decent, safe, and affordable home to live in. We build with people in need regardless of race or religion. We welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds to come together to build homes, communities, and hope.
The United Nations estimates that more than one billion people around the world live in substandard housing — including millions in the United States. The Castle Country Fuller Center for Housing, promotes collaborative and innovative partnerships with individuals and organizations in an unrelenting quest to provide adequate shelter for all people in need in Carbon and Emery Counties. We would like to assist as many as we can, in a timely manner, which includes our elderly, our veterans, our disabled, and all low income families that cannot get a conventional loan otherwise, to improve their living environment in a manner that improves their lives. Many of these same folks have simple repairs like ramps, railings, porches, window repair, door repairs that we can easily take care of and ease their burden.
“For a community to be whole and healthy, it must be based on people’s love and concern for each other.”
A Brush With Kindness
This is a home preservation program that provides minor home repair services for homeowners in need. Through the repair program, we also seek to serve families who are struggling to maintain their homes. We want to help them reclaim their homes with pride and dignity.
In addition to income requirements, qualification is determined through a process that considers (1) the need for repair, (2) a family’s ability to pay a no-interest loan, and (3) A family's willingness to fulfill all of the requirements related to being a Fuller Partner Family.
Some of these requirements are:
Owning and occupying the home & land in Carbon or Emery county that needs repairs.
Investing hours helping to repair your own home (“sweat equity” when possible).
Must be willing to be a good ambassador for Fuller in the community so this important work can continue.
Repayment of a short-term, no-interest loan for the cost of materials and labor.
Providing CCFC with all necessary documents including a copy of the DEED and your most recent PAYSTUBS or STATEMENT of primary form of income.