Louisiana Entertainment

Louisiana Entertainment is a part of the Louisiana Economic Development office who work with all forms of entertainment, including music and film. They help coordinate NOAHH’s ReStore with local film productions, who often donate furniture and materials from their sets.

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Ways to Recycle, Rebuild and Renew New Orleans

The New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore preserves our past by accepting and re-circulating architectural salvage and furniture; it… Read more »

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Improve a Room with New BiFold Doors

New Orleans Habitat’s ReStore has a large selection of bi-fold doors in stock.  These doors have never been hung and… Read more »

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Singer Kitchens Supports Habitat’s Restore

Singer Kitchens has made an unprecedented donation to New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s (NOAHH) Restore consisting of over 100… Read more »

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ReStore To Move

After a decade on Royal Street, New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore will relocate to a more-modern facility centrally… Read more »

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ReStore Holds Grand Opening at New Location

After a decade on Royal Street, New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore relocated to a more-modern facility centrally located… Read more »

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NOAHH Holds First Art Reception at New ReStore

On Wednesday, January 23, NOAHH partnered with Isidore Newman School and the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) for… Read more »

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Do It Yourself: A Ball Jar Terrarium

Currently the ReStore has cases and cases of Ball Jars in all sizes! It got us thinking of creative uses… Read more »

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NOAHH Hosts Second Art Show at ReStore

For the second time this year, NOAHH hosted an art show featuring work by local students. Partnering with St. Martin’s… Read more »

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Donor Profile: PEMBA Lighting and Automation

This week New Orleans Habitat ReStore is shining a thankful light on PEMBA Lighting, Electrical, & Automation, a new donor… Read more »

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Bring Us Your Beads!

Starting January 31 and running until the end of March, NOAHH ReStore and Arc of Greater New Orleans will be… Read more »

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Donor Profile: Jewish FreeCycle

The New Year is always a good time for reflection. As we look back on the past year here at… Read more »

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Donor Profile: Peter Mayer

As you walk through the Habitat ReStore, you’ll see the word “partner” everywhere: on the shirts that our partner families… Read more »

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Donor Profile: Acadian Flooring

At the ReStore, we look forward to seeing familiar faces:  our repeat customers, our core volunteers, and the donors who… Read more »

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Donor Profile: Quality Group

Anyone who’s watched all the preparation that goes into setting up for Mardi Gras (the stands, the roadblocks, the miles… Read more »

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The Third ReStore Art Show Was Our Best Yet!

Jazz and and classical music filled the ReStore as the Metairie Park Country Day students played to a crowd of… Read more »

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Donor Profile: Pigeonhole Mini-Storage

With the warmer weather, a lot of us are probably thinking about spring cleaning:  dusting, reorganizing, pulling items out of… Read more »

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New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore Accepting Donations from Film and Television Industry

The New Orleans Habitat ReStore is accepting donations of furniture and building materials from local film and television sites. “Our… Read more »

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NCCC Peanut Butter Food Drive to Benefit Second Harvest Food Bank

The inspiration to try to make a difference comes in unexpected ways. Those working for nonprofits and charities are always… Read more »

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Donor Profile: Cameron Kitchen & Bath Designs

Our donors give for a variety of reasons–a move, a renovation, an upgrade—but they all have one thing in common:… Read more »

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Donor Profile: Ashley Furniture

The ReStore is a lot of things to a lot of different people. To some homeowners who are renovating, we’re… Read more »

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Donor Profile: Art Egg

Like New Orleans itself, the ReStore is a diverse, DIY-type community of artists and entrepreneurs. From our cashiers to our… Read more »

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300 Hours in Two Months

How does a family manage 300 hours of sweat equity in two months? According to Eric Imes, the answer is… Read more »

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NOAHH ReStore and Freeman Convention Services Make Giving Back Easier

Conventions are a part of New Orleans life. The same qualities that attract thousands of tourists and volunteers every year… Read more »

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NOAHH to Host Third ReStore Art Show

New Orleans, LA, (March 20, 2014) – New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity (NOAHH) will be hosting its third art… Read more »

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Tyrian Robertson, Bonner Scholar and NOAHH Volunteer, Discovers the Circle of Giving

For Tyrian Robertson, life has come full circle. The college sophomore is completing her first summer of service for her… Read more »

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Coq Rouge to Host ReStore Art Show

Continuing NOAHH’s commitment to the artists of New Orleans, the ReStore will be holding an art show in partnership with Coq… Read more »

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The Breaux Family Celebrates a Home Dedication in New Orleans East

The Breaux siblings gathered on a cold, rainy afternoon to bless and dedicate the home of brother Byron, making him… Read more »

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Upcycled Art at the Home and Garden Show

The NOAHH ReStore partnered with local artists this year to feature works created from materials at the ReStore in an… Read more »

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Betty Shirley Celebrates Her Treme Shotgun Home

  In the spirit of the jazz music that is her livelihood, Betty Shirley’s dedication included a lot of improvisation…. Read more »

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The Orgill Dealer Market Gives Back

Joseph Washington signed his partnership agreement in the week before the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, and almost immediately went… Read more »

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ReStore at a Glance

Since its 2003 debut on the corner of Press and Royal Streets in the Marigny, NOAHH’s ReStore has seen amazing… Read more »

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2015 in Review

When a single mother of three connects to another single mother of three, one who lives hundreds of miles away,… Read more »

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Volunteer Profile: WVU School of Medicine

Like many spring break volunteer groups, the West Virginia University School of Medicine students have made community service a tradition…. Read more »

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FAMU Students Giving Back at the ReStore

Among the students from Florida A&M University (FAMU) who volunteered at the ReStore, one student had a special connection to… Read more »

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America Street Homeowner Meagan Jordan

On Sunday, June 5, Meagan Jordan had a big surprise for her son, Cy. Arriving at Zephyr Field for Habitat… Read more »

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From Partnership to Homeownership

Whitney Jett is a NOAHH partner family who started her partnership in June 2016. NOAHH will be following her story… Read more »

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From Partnership to Homeownership

Whitney Jett is a NOAHH partner family who started her partnership in June 2016. NOAHH will be following her story… Read more »

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From Partnership to Homeownership

Whitney Jett is a NOAHH partner family who started her partnership in June 2016. NOAHH will be following her story… Read more »

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A Letter From Executive Director Jim Pate

Dear Friends, We build through partnership. Every NOAHH home is built in partnership with families earning sweat equity, with volunteers… Read more »

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