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Fuller Center Partners with Church to Spruce Up Local Woman’s Home

The Oxford-Lafayette Fuller Center for Housing and the Oxford University United Methodist Church
teamed up to help a neighbor by painting the home of Rosie Burford, near Little John’s store.

The Service Saturday event was held recently with 15 church members, including four students, helping Fuller with the project.

The team cleaned, sanded and painted Burford’s mobile home. In addition, those participating replaced the window trim and installed a new mailbox.

“We got to meet a wonderful bunch of folks who shared a willing spirit to help others,” said Fuller president Clint Williford. “Rosie is so pleased, and I think everyone had a great time.”

The Oxford-Lafayette Fuller Center for Housing is a nonprofit organization that seeks to eradicate poverty housing by promoting partnerships with individuals and community groups to build and rehabilitate homes for people in need.

For more information, call 662-607-6343 or email oxfordfullercenter@gmail.com. Donations may be made through https://fullercenter.org/oxford or sent to PO Box 276, Oxford, MS 38655.

All donations made through the website come directly to the Oxford-Lafayette County partner.


Provided by the Oxford-Lafayette Fuller Center for Housing

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