If you were at a home dedication in the last 20 years, you might have heard Jim Pate tell the… Read more »
2019 was an incredible year of change and transition for our affiliate. Read our full 2019 Impact Report here, or… Read more »
Bluegreen Vacations celebrated the opening of The Marquee with a Habitat build, bringing Sasha Pieterse from Pretty Little Liars, Anne… Read more »
Music is the heart of New Orleans culture. NOAHH’s most recognized project—the Musicians’ Village—is testament to that. The project featured… Read more »
On September 28th, attorneys and other local legal professionals welcomed special guests Judge Regina Bartholomew-Woods, Judge Piper D. Griffin, and… Read more »
Unity Build, which spanned every weekend in October, brought together 15 different congregations from all over the New Orleans area…. Read more »
This year, NOAHH served as a charity partner with the Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic for the first time…. Read more »
Dave Phillips volunteered at a Chicago-area Habitat for years until he sought to escape his hometown winters. In 1997, Dave… Read more »
What does it take to build a home? What does it take to turn hammers and nails, boards and siding,… Read more »
Cotton, Inc. created the Blue Jeans Go Green campaign to support NOAHH by recycling unwanted denim into insulation for our homes.
Dash Lumber is a major ReStore partner that has donated lumber and other materials for many years.
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In the interest of minimizing the spread of COVID-19 and in compliance with state and city instructions and recommendations from the WHO and CDC, New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity will be suspending operations until Friday, April 3. We will reassess on a week to week basis going forward.
New Orleans Habitat homebuyers, please click here for information about deferring your mortgage and other resources.
We are working hard to keep people safe, and we are already in the process of determining how best to serve our partner families going forward. To learn more about our response to the ongoing situation and for a list of resources, please see our information page here. To contact one of our staff, please click on our staff directory here.
For Habitat staff, please find our emergency information page here. Contact your manager for the password if you do not already have it.