Measured in City Blocks: Orgill Gives Back

Most ReStore donations are measured in relatively small increments—linear feet of lumber, pallets of tile, pounds of nails—but when independent… Read more »

A Letter From Executive Director Jim Pate

Dear Friends, We build through partnership. Every NOAHH home is built in partnership with families earning sweat equity, with volunteers… Read more »

A Letter from Executive Director Jim Pate, 2016

We uplift each other. In a year that has been marked by repeated tragedy, it is too easy to think… Read more »

2016 Annual Impact Report

Our 2016 Annual Impact Report is a guide to what you helped us accomplish this year and what we’ve been… Read more »

Thank You for Your Inspiring Commitment

“Now, I am both humbled and proud to announce that with the aid of the New Orleans Area Habitat for… Read more »

Baton Rouge Flood Relief

NOAHH has contacted all Habitat for Humanity affiliates in the flood affected areas and continues to work with them to… Read more »

America Street Homeowner Meagan Jordan

On Sunday, June 5, Meagan Jordan had a big surprise for her son, Cy. Arriving at Zephyr Field for Habitat… Read more »

FAMU Students Giving Back at the ReStore

Among the students from Florida A&M University (FAMU) who volunteered at the ReStore, one student had a special connection to… Read more »

Volunteer Profile: WVU School of Medicine

Like many spring break volunteer groups, the West Virginia University School of Medicine students have made community service a tradition…. Read more »