New Orleans, LA, (March 20, 2014) – New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity (NOAHH) will be hosting its third art show March 20, 2014, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., in the ReStore showcasing work from students at Metairie Park Country Day School and Academy of the Sacred Heart.
“The art the students make is nothing short of impressive,” said Jim Pate, executive director of NOAHH. “We’re proud to host their work and support the arts in New Orleans. It’s an integral part... Read More »
The Wines of South Africa (WOSA) "From BBQ to Braai" tour, which was created to promote a better understanding of South African culture through wine, food and music, will kick off the 2014 national tour in New Orleans. WOSA has partnered with New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity (NOAHH) to help set the stage for a southern cultural exchange in the form of a South African inspired BBQ. WOSA will donate all proceeds from the event to NOAHH. The event will be held at Falstaff Beer Garden (2600 Gravier... Read More »
This year, NOAHH's 30th year, was a year of transformation.
The most visible transformation was our move from our smaller uptown offices and downtown ReStore to a consolidated and fresh location on Elysian Fields. Now, all of our resources are in one place, allowing us to be more efficient, and our offices are situated to better allow communication and coordination between all aspects of the affiliate. To go along with our move, we had a grand opening event for our ReStore, with food, entertainment,... Read More »
Tag your photos and videos of NOAHH work sites all this month with #nolahabitat and automatically enter to win a prize! At the end of the month, NOAHH staff will select the best photo posted to Twitter, Vine, Instagram, or Facebook, and the selected winner will be contacted with information on their prize. It's as easy as that!
Find us at habitatnola on Facebook, @HabitatNOLA on Twitter, @noahh on Vine, and noahh_504 on Instagram!
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For the second Saturday in a row, NOAHH homeowners and AmeriCorps members gathered at NOAHH's model home in the Upper Ninth Ward to learn about healthy cooking from Second Harvest Food Bank. Though many of he homeowners signed up as part of their Habitat sweat equity, they were reaping the benefits of the program with enthusiasm.
Describing why she took the class, partner family member Kewanda Carr said, "We get to cook something new. We get groceries at the end of the class. And we get hours... Read More »