Millard Fuller was the founder and president of Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building homes for people who cannot otherwise afford them. Millard Fuller is widely regarded as a pioneer in the movement for affordable housing in the United States and abroad. He later founded the Fuller Center for Housing. Millard Fuller passed away on February 3, 2009.
Habitat For Humanity has published a detailed biography of Millard Fuller, including a history of the organization.
The annoucement of Millard Fuller’s death and services. This article includes details of the service and eulogies.
The Wikipedia article about Millard Fuller includes details about his early life and eventual worldwide recognition.
This Time magazine profile of Millard Fuller details his life and work with Morris Dees (a co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center).
National Public Radio went into detail about the life and times of Millard Fuller.
The Washington Post published an article about Millard Fuller’s concept of “The Theology of Enough.”
ThinkExist has collected quotations of Millard Fuller.
The Chatham Journal Weekly discussed how Habitat for Humanity fared after the departure of Millard Fuller.