Studies have shown correlations between homeownership rates and life expectancy, children’s grades, and job stability. Here are some figures that… Read more »
The Warren Easton High School Eagles football team joined NOAHH on site for their senior day of service. Their team… Read more »
In 1997, 19-year-old Patrick Tanner moved south to work for New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity as an AmeriCorps member…. Read more »
In lieu of my usual letter, I wanted you to read this message from one of this year’s Habitat homeowners…. Read more »
For 13 years, staff from L Brands–the parent company of Victoria’s Secret and Bath and Body Works–has been coming to… Read more »
Among the many women on site for Women Build 2018 were many past and present NOAHH board members. The board… Read more »
Students from all over the country volunteer with NOAHH every year. Often times, they find themselves working alongside each other,… Read more »
Mary Laci Motley (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill ‘21) and Zoe King (Duke University ‘21) are two Robertson Scholars… Read more »
There are four major parts to the application process: intake meeting, stage 2 documents, home visit, and final approval. Throughout… Read more »
Marriott has given locally in the form of time, money, and other resources, helping many NOAHH partner families achieve the dream of homeownership.
Lambeth House is an Uptown New Orleans retirement community with a longstanding partnership with NOAHH.
Time is a powerful resource. Give a little, change a lot.
Turn thoughts into actions in just a few clicks. Give today.
If you need a home or home services, we're here to help.