Read our annual Impact Report for 2019 here, or find the individual stories linked below: A Letter to Future Partner… Read more »
NOAHH is a community of communities. To build a home, so many communities come together: staff, AmeriCorps, volunteers, donors and… Read more »
Ashley Hebert has likely donated enough over the years to have filled multiple ReStores many times over. As the Chief… Read more »
When you think of friends heading out on a cruise, you might imagine lots of cocktails, new cities, sightseeing and… Read more »
The Pink Tutu Krewe–née Pink Tutu Club–was formed by local men to support friends, loved ones and colleagues participating in… Read more »
Two cousins who grew up together and joined the NOAHH homeownership program at the same time, Kina Henry and Brittani… Read more »
“We wanted to help in our own small way, be a part of providing homes for the less fortunate. The… Read more »
In 1997, 19-year-old Patrick Tanner moved south to work for New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity as an AmeriCorps member…. Read more »
NOAHH is a proud participant in the Tricentennial Volunteer Challenge! Since the start of the year, your volunteer efforts have… Read more »
GE Capital Technology Center in New Orleans has served with NOAHH for the past two years.
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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