NOAHH is bidding farewell to AmeriCorps after they completed their one-year commitment. These dedicated individuals are returning home, going to… Read more »
Having volunteered before, Avery Strada, the current program director with RHINO, had some connection to the city before she moved… Read more »
Braving the New Orleans summer heat, volunteers turned up Saturday morning to help with neighborhood cleanup efforts in the Upper… Read more »
For the second Saturday in a row, NOAHH homeowners and AmeriCorps members gathered at NOAHH’s model home in the Upper… Read more »
Over a year ago, NOAHH began its New Orleans Habitat Urban Garden (HUG) Fresh Food Initiative program. By engaging ten… Read more »
This Spring NOAHH volunteers have been taking a half of a day off the construction site to Attack the Block… Read more »
On Wednesday, January 23, NOAHH partnered with Isidore Newman School and the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) for… Read more »
During the final days of volunteering in 2012, dozens of former NOAHH-employed AmeriCorps members descended upon our work sites to… Read more »
In late 2005, Harry Connick, Jr. and Branford Marsalis came to New Orleans Habitat with an idea. Along with NOAHH… Read more »
Ashley Furniture is a longtime, major contributor to the Habitat ReStore.
Cotton, Inc. created the Blue Jeans Go Green campaign to support NOAHH by recycling unwanted denim into insulation for our homes.
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