Millard and Linda Fuller co-founded FCH 1n 2005 after starting and lending Habitat for Humanity for 29 years. Fuller's business expertise and entrepreneurial drive made him a millionaire by age 29. Then, after a rededication of his life to family and to following God's path, Fuller and his wife, Linda, decided to sell their possessions and give the money to the poor. Following missions work in Africa, the Fullers founded Habitat for Humanity in Americus, Georgia. Fuller has written ten books. He has received numerous awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, America's highest civilian award, and more than fifty honorary doctorate for his outstanding leadership toward meeting the goal of eliminating poverty housing worldwide. He and Linda are honored with a bonze medallion on the Extra Mile Pathway in Washington, DC., near the Capitol.