“When there’s something special going on, I always wanna get out there and do it.” Shelita Gordon is a mother… Read more »
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 »
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 »
Odalis Avila says she follows her sister Florinda everywhere. Whether it was in their home country of Honduras, or from… Read more »
Mary Porter can be found relaxing on her front porch almost every day. With the right amount of shade 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 »
Tyrone Morgan was one of the first people to pick a lot on Hermes Street. “There was only one house… Read more »
What does it take to build a home? What does it take to turn hammers and nails, boards and siding,… Read more »
Orgill donated 13 truckloads of material from their convention 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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