In 1997, 19-year-old Patrick Tanner moved south to work for New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity as an AmeriCorps member…. Read more »
NOAHH is a proud participant in the Tricentennial Volunteer Challenge! Since the start of the year, your volunteer efforts have… Read more »
In June of 2006, Colorado home builders partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver to participate in a blitz… Read more »
Kelsie Renehan started working with Habitat for Humanity 10 years ago. As a teenager, she went with her church on… Read more »
January 2016 was a year of preparation for NOAHH, in many ways. The affiliate spent the year planning for the… Read more »
Check out our 2017 Annual Impact Report to learn more about what your support has accomplished this year and what… Read more »
“I don’t put anything past women. I feel like you can do anything anybody else can do.” – Monica Grandpre,… Read more »
A Habitat build site is an excellent place to learn. Through NOAHH’s partnership with Job Corps of New Orleans, the… Read more »
Most ReStore donations are measured in relatively small increments—linear feet of lumber, pallets of tile, pounds of nails—but when independent… Read more »
Cotton, Inc. created the Blue Jeans Go Green campaign to support NOAHH by recycling unwanted denim into insulation for our homes.
Gap, Inc. has contributed to the building of dozens of homes with NOAHH through home sponsorships and build days.
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