Our History: The Founding of NOAHH

Eleven years ago, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, more attention than ever was focused on housing in New Orleans…. Read more »

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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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EANGUS Brings Special Guests With Veterans Build Program

The Veterans Build program is a Habitat for Humanity International initiative designed to help veterans volunteer and serve their communities,… Read more »

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Jolandra Cole’s Dream of Homeownership

Jolandra Cole wants a housewarming barbecue. She wants it in her new home with her father at the grill, and… Read more »

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Volunteer Reflection: Erica Johnson

Note: Erica Johnson is a journalism student at UNC Chapel Hill who volunteered this summer with NOAHH, working on the… 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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Women of NOAHH: Denise Brown

Every partner family is different. Some enter the program with some construction experience, while others have almost none. Four years… 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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