Sixthman on Site

Twelve years ago, the Sixthman cruise Rock Boat was scheduled to sail out of New Orleans, but because of Hurricane… Read more »

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Taste Buds Management on Site

There is a small community growing in part of New Orleans East along Dwyer Road. A few Habitat homes have… Read more »

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Women of Habitat: AmeriCorps Kelsie Renehan

Kelsie Renehan started working with Habitat for Humanity 10 years ago. As a teenager, she went with her church on… Read more »

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Florida International University Kicks Off AWB 2018

The first Alternative Breaks volunteers of 2018 arrived in New Orleans just in time for an historic cold snap. Though… Read more »

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2017 in Review

January 2016 was a year of preparation for NOAHH, in many ways. The affiliate spent the year planning for the… Read more »

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2017 Annual Impact Report

Check out our 2017 Annual Impact Report to learn more about what your support has accomplished this year and what… Read more »

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2017 Volunteers by the Numbers

In 2017, nearly 9,000 volunteers joined NOAHH on site, including nearly 3,000 volunteers who came on their spring breaks and… Read more »

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Union College Volunteers

The last stop on the Union College Civil Rights Tour is New Orleans. Students and faculty from the New York… Read more »

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Women Build 2017

“I don’t put anything past women. I feel like you can do anything anybody else can do.” – Monica Grandpre,… Read more »

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