David and Joan Cotton moved into their home in Central City in 1968, having bought it through a Homestead Guaranty… Read more »
Ken Meinert arrived in New Orleans in September 2005. At the time, NOAHH had four remaining employees andthe city’s infrastructure had… Read more »
In recognition of Halloween, NOAHH would like to cover a few safety tips from our friend George, who agreed to… Read more »
Photo credit: Erika Goldring Ashley Kottemann spoke with quiet gratitude to the gathered crowd of volunteers, staff, and friends of… Read more »
In the walls of her home, the volunteers found a clipping from a newspaper from 1912. Back then, apparently, newspapers… Read more »
For the second year in a row, hundreds of employees from GE Capital’s Technology Center in New Orleans volunteered in… Read more »
Volunteers from Gap, Inc.’s Community Corps joined NOAHH for the eighth year, having worked previously on 16 homes throughout the… Read more »
Follow along with the Blitz Build here! Tuesday, October 6 – Wall Raising: Tuesday, October 6 – Day 1: Wednesday,… Read more »
This morning, two major churches in the New Orleans area came together on site to start a two week blitz… Read more »
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