Baton Rouge Flood Relief

NOAHH has contacted all Habitat for Humanity affiliates in the flood affected areas and continues to work with them to… Read more »

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How and What Pelican Coop Has Grown

The Habitat Urban Gardens program has helped a father and daughter gardening team bring a variety of produce to 15 local… Read more »

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Henry Gillespie-Hill Looks Back on His Year as An AmeriCorps

When we talked with Henry Gillespie-Hill at the start of his time as an AmeriCorps with New Orleans Habitat, he… Read more »

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AmeriCorps Profile: Tori Stendeback

Tori Stendeback spent two and a half weeks living on an air mattress inside of a Jewish community center’s banquet… Read more »

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The Covenant House Partnership Continues!

Last year, NOAHH began work on the three doubles that would serve as the inaugural rental units in our partnership… Read more »

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Alyson Harding on Building 10 Homes in 10 Days

Most Habitat AmeriCorps came down for one week of the 2015 Habitat AmeriCorps Build-A-Thon last year, helping to build on… Read more »

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Touro Synagogue Exemplifies Community

When Rabbi Todd Silverman of Touro Synagogue first came to New Orleans over a year ago, his visits were after… Read more »

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The Baptist Crossroads Partnership

New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s long partnership with Baptist Crossroads–now called Crossroads NOLA–began in 2004, before Hurricane Katrina, with… Read more »

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St. Martin’s Episcopal Attack the Block

Over 80 students and faculty from St. Martin’s Episcopal School arrived in the Lower Ninth Ward on Monday, March 14,… Read more »

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