NOAHH Says Goodbye to a Hardworking AmeriCorps Crew

NOAHH is bidding farewell to AmeriCorps after they completed their one-year commitment. These dedicated individuals are returning home, going to… Read more »

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RHINO and NOAHH Celebrate Eight Years of Partnership… and Counting

Having volunteered before, Avery Strada, the current program director with RHINO, had some connection to the city before she moved… Read more »

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Great American Cleanup Day Brings Neighborhood Groups Together With New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity

Braving the New Orleans summer heat, volunteers turned up Saturday morning to help with neighborhood cleanup efforts in the Upper… Read more »

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New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity Partners With Second Harvest for Cooking Matters for Adults

For the second Saturday in a row, NOAHH homeowners and AmeriCorps members gathered at NOAHH’s model home in the Upper… Read more »

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The Pelican Cooperative Talks About NOAHH’s New Orleans HUG Fresh Food Initiative

Over a year ago, NOAHH began its New Orleans Habitat Urban Garden (HUG) Fresh Food Initiative program. By engaging ten… Read more »

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NOAHH Volunteers Attack the Block in New Orleans Neighborhoods

This Spring NOAHH volunteers have been taking a half of a day off the construction site to Attack the Block… Read more »

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NOAHH Holds First Art Reception at New ReStore

On Wednesday, January 23, NOAHH partnered with Isidore Newman School and the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) for… Read more »

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AmeriCorps Reunion Highlights the Growth and Change at NOAHH

During the final days of volunteering in 2012, dozens of former NOAHH-employed AmeriCorps members descended upon our work sites to… Read more »

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Musicians’ Village

In late 2005, Harry Connick, Jr. and Branford Marsalis came to New Orleans Habitat with an idea. Along with NOAHH… Read more »

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