The History of Musicians’ Village

(Photo credit: Scott Landis) If it were only the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans could claim to be the one… Read more »

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Volunteer Profile: Greg Beuerman and My Pledge 2015

A few months after making his pledge of 50 hours in 2015, Greg Beuerman is about halfway done. As a… Read more »

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See Where We Build

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NOAHH and Covenant House Partner to Help Families Find Independence

The heart of NOAHH’s mission is to see that affordable housing is available for everyone in the New Orleans area…. Read more »

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Georgetown Prep Volunteer Patrick Boyland Reflects on Ten Years of Service

Photo credit: Patrick Boyland. Every year for the last ten years, Georgetown Prep students have taken time out of their… Read more »

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Veterans Give Back

Officers of the Department of Veterans Affairs police joined NOAHH on site for the second time on Saturday, June 20…. Read more »

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The 2015 Habitat AmeriCorps Build-A-Thon

From conception to closing, the 2015 AmeriCorps Build-A-Thon (BAT) Rebuilding America Street took about nine months to complete. Plans were… Read more »

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Week 2 AmeriCorps Reflect on their BAT Experience

The homes are nearly finished. Flooring, interior painting, and landscaping are taking place at homes around America Street as week… Read more »

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The Parish: An AmeriCorps Story Writer Joel Smith on Site During Build-A-Thon

In 2007, Joel Smith was an AmeriCorps NCCC working for NOAHH in St. Bernard Parish at the original Camp Hope,… Read more »

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