Photo credit: Erika Goldring Ashley Kottemann spoke with quiet gratitude to the gathered crowd of volunteers, staff, and friends of… Read more »
Aurlisa Isom’s porches were in a deplorable, unstable state. The railing was not properly braced, the vertical posts were spaced… Read more »
Follow along with the Blitz Build here! Tuesday, October 6 – Wall Raising: Tuesday, October 6 – Day 1: Wednesday,… Read more »
This morning, two major churches in the New Orleans area came together on site to start a two week blitz… Read more »
Henry Gillespie-Hill first visited New Orleans in 2013 while his brother, Joe, was an AmeriCorps with NOAHH. He joined his… Read more »
One of the longest standing partners with NOAHH has been Tulane University. Even before the storms, student volunteers were part… Read more »
Home. Where the smells are familiar, the pots and pans are well scuffed and an empty front stoop is a… Read more »
Knowing both the burden of housing costs and the challenges of youth coming from poverty, Covenant House New Orleans has… Read more »
For those of us who were here ten years ago, for those of us who called New Orleans home at… Read more »
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