New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity’s long partnership with Baptist Crossroads–now called Crossroads NOLA–began in 2004, before Hurricane Katrina, with… Read more »
Among the students from Florida A&M University (FAMU) who volunteered at the ReStore, one student had a special connection to… Read more »
Valentina Luccardi guided the crowd in filling her home with their support, asking them to cheer and spread their positive… Read more »
Like many spring break volunteer groups, the West Virginia University School of Medicine students have made community service a tradition…. Read more »
Nearly 30 years ago, the University of Missour’s alternative spring break (Mizzou ASB) programs began, sending students around the nation… Read more »
The connection between St. Louis and New Orleans is a significant part of American history, and the annual service trip… Read more »
The Dalton School spring break volunteer trip started 11 years ago, as many such trips did, as a response to… Read more »
Over 80 students and faculty from St. Martin’s Episcopal School arrived in the Lower Ninth Ward on Monday, March 14,… Read more »
It is important to acknowledge the impact AmeriCorps members have had on New Orleans. Thousands of people wearing the AmeriCorps… Read more »
Cotton, Inc. created the Blue Jeans Go Green campaign to support NOAHH by recycling unwanted denim into insulation for our homes.
GE Capital Technology Center in New Orleans has served with NOAHH for the past two years.
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