On Hermes Street in New Orleans East, nine CEOs and entrepreneurs joined NOAHH on site during their Young Presidents Organization… Read more »
Chelsey Antony graduated from the University of Texas in 2016. She moved to New Orleans to go to law school,… Read more »
Four months after the end of the 2017 Unity Build, members of many of the churches who participated came back… Read more »
For Professor Martin Heintel and his students, their trip to New Orleans was about more than seeing the tourist attractions…. Read more »
Shirts Across America sends volunteers from the West Coast to New Orleans and Mississippi as part of an ongoing program… Read more »
A look at the numbers for this year’s Alternative Spring Break groups: 897 At the start of the spring break… Read more »
Twelve years ago, the Sixthman cruise Rock Boat was scheduled to sail out of New Orleans, but because of Hurricane… Read more »
There is a small community growing in part of New Orleans East along Dwyer Road. A few Habitat homes have… Read more »
Kelsie Renehan started working with Habitat for Humanity 10 years ago. As a teenager, she went with her church on… Read more »
Warner Brothers Records and Nonesuch Records have supported major NOAHH projects such as Musicians’ Village and the 2015 AmeriCorps Build-A-Thon.
Trinity Episcopal Church is a longtime supporter that partnered with Household of Faith on this year’s Faith Build.
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