Read our annual Impact Report for 2019 here, or find the individual stories linked below: A Letter to Future Partner… Read more »
A year at New Orleans Habitat is counted not in days or months, but in lives changed. Two dozen families… Read more »
NOAHH is a community of communities. To build a home, so many communities come together: staff, AmeriCorps, volunteers, donors and… Read more »
The Lupo family donated land in New Orleans East to NOAHH in 2016. That land has been transformed by thousands… Read more »
Ashley Hebert has likely donated enough over the years to have filled multiple ReStores many times over. As the Chief… Read more »
There are many ways to help NOAHH. Donating money to the affiliate or calling the ReStore to pick up used… Read more »
When you think of friends heading out on a cruise, you might imagine lots of cocktails, new cities, sightseeing and… Read more »
Matt Haldeman jokes that his wife Lindsay was duped. The task of hammering nails into the roof of a porch… Read more »
Two cousins who grew up together and joined the NOAHH homeownership program at the same time, Kina Henry and Brittani… Read more »
Warner Brothers Records and Nonesuch Records have supported major NOAHH projects such as Musicians’ Village and the 2015 AmeriCorps Build-A-Thon.
Jefferson Door is a wonderful longtime donor to NOAHH’s ReStore.
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