The Pink Tutu Krewe–née Pink Tutu Club–was formed by local men to support friends, loved ones and colleagues participating in… Read more »
Two cousins who grew up together and joined the NOAHH homeownership program at the same time, Kina Henry and Brittani… Read more »
“We wanted to help in our own small way, be a part of providing homes for the less fortunate. The… Read more »
New Orleans has rightly been referred to as a success story of hope and resilience. Among the many neighborhoods affected… Read more »
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 »
Ben and Jerry’s brought volunteers, support, and even a little ice cream out to site in early 2015.
Fidelity Bank is a local financial institution that has been helping people achieve homeownership in New Orleans for over 100 years.
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