Silver Valley Fuller Center for Housing 
  (Formerly Silver Valley Habitat)






About Us
Contact Us
Director's Information
ReUse Store

                                                              P O Box 338
                                             709 Main Street
                                         Smelterville, ID 83868


    About US

Silver Valley Fuller Center for Housing elects
officers.  Pictured above clockwise: Ellie Arguimbau
 – Secretary; Marilyn White – Vice President; Don
 Taylor – President; and Verne Blalack –
 Co-Treasurer.  Kim Short, our other (new)
 Co-Treasurer was in Texas at this time.
                                                                                          Photo by Glenda Wagar


New Hours at the ReUse Store
 9 to 5   Wed - Sat
If there are volunteers!

ReUse Store items for sale

 "Greater Blessings Program"

    Contact Us
            Apply for a home
Apply for home repair

    Volunteer & Partnership Opportunities 
at the ReUse Store 
          (call 786-6013)

          for Churches
          for Organizations
          for Individuals

          for Businesses
          with RV Builders

    Where You Can Make Donations

    Upcoming Events

           Board Retreat - March 20 & 21 2015

            EXPO  -  April 11th 10-2 at Sunnyside School


Other Fund-Raising

SVFCH Family Pins - Silver & Gold 






Fuller Center for Housing, Inc.

 FCH's Web Site:

Historical Summary

Other low income housing organizations



Verne & Rick Gilbert review the plot plans Rick made of the stairs for Nancy Elliott’s Greater Blessings project up the steep hillside in Wallace.  This project cannot be finished until after spring thaw.

Ladies from the Cornerstone Fellowship Church hold their appreciation certificate for their continued help with our home dedications and with fund raisers.  Front row:  Jill Jackson, Helen Thruston; second row:  Lynne Cummings, Joye Reed; third row:  Pauline Norris, Lois Dahlberg, Laura Williamson, and Phyllis Barnes.                                                                          Photo by Marilyn White

Ace Hardware recently donated 28 gallons and 26 pints of paint (there are other shelves beside those pictured here).






























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