Izara and James Andrews bought their home in New Orleans East over 40 years ago. They raised their seven children… Read more »
A Habitat build site is an excellent place to learn. Through NOAHH’s partnership with Job Corps of New Orleans, the… Read more »
Camaraderie is common on the build site. Working with someone, whether lifting trusses or painting walls, brings people closer together…. Read more »
Bryan and Peggy Cooley have found a way to give to New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity by doing… Read more »
Plum Orchard sits between I-10 and Wilson Avenue, and between Chef Menteur Highway and Dwyer Road. In the middle of… Read more »
Michael Conerly has the kind of smile that takes over his whole face, particularly when he’s talking about his four… Read more »
Most ReStore donations are measured in relatively small increments—linear feet of lumber, pallets of tile, pounds of nails—but when independent… Read more »
The incredible support New Orleans received from our neighbors following Hurricane Katrina has not been forgotten. People from around the world… Read more »
“It’s a blessing to be in my new home. Thanks to Habitat that has program that help. Being single grandmother… Read more »
Bart’s Office Furniture regularly donates materials of all kinds to the ReStore.
Cotton, Inc. created the Blue Jeans Go Green campaign to support NOAHH by recycling unwanted denim into insulation for our homes.
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