Women Build 2017

“I don’t put anything past women. I feel like you can do anything anybody else can do.” – Monica Grandpre,… Read more »

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Preserving Communities

Izara and James Andrews bought their home in New Orleans East over 40 years ago. They raised their seven children… Read more »

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Learning on Site: Partnering With Job Corps

A Habitat build site is an excellent place to learn. Through NOAHH’s partnership with Job Corps of New Orleans, the… Read more »

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A Reunion of Friends

Camaraderie is common on the build site. Working with someone, whether lifting trusses or painting walls, brings people closer together…. Read more »

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Giving Back With Coupons

  Bryan and Peggy Cooley have found a way to give to New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity by doing… Read more »

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Building Value in New Orleans East

Plum Orchard sits between I-10 and Wilson Avenue, and between Chef Menteur Highway and Dwyer Road. In the middle of… Read more »

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Michael Conerly: Home for the Road Ahead

Michael Conerly has the kind of smile that takes over his whole face, particularly when he’s talking about his four… Read more »

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Measured in City Blocks: Orgill Gives Back

Most ReStore donations are measured in relatively small increments—linear feet of lumber, pallets of tile, pounds of nails—but when independent… Read more »

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Supporting Our Neighbors: Disaster Relief

The incredible support New Orleans received from our neighbors following Hurricane Katrina has not been forgotten. People from around the world… Read more »

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