This year, NOAHH’s 30th year, was a year of transformation. The most visible transformation was our move from our smaller… Read more »
For the second time this year, NOAHH hosted an art show featuring work by local students. Partnering with St. Martin’s… Read more »
NOAHH teamed up with Vintage Tech and LG Electronics this fall to gather 29 tons of electronics from locals looking… Read more »
Since Hurricane Katrina, the program Blue Jeans Go Green has diverted over 600 tons of denim from landfills, recycled over… Read more »
This past Saturday, over 30 employees from East Jefferson General Hospital (EJGH) volunteered their time to help build a new… Read more »
In 2009, Louisiana state officials announced that a new LSU/VA Hospital would be built in the historic Mid-City of New… Read more »
As NOAHH celebrates its 30 years of building homes, we also pause to consider the eighth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina… Read more »
NOAHH is bidding farewell to AmeriCorps after they completed their one-year commitment. These dedicated individuals are returning home, going to… Read more »
Having volunteered before, Avery Strada, the current program director with RHINO, had some connection to the city before she moved… Read more »
Enterprise is a nonprofit who has supported NOAHH’s work for years.
Warner Brothers Records and Nonesuch Records have supported major NOAHH projects such as Musicians’ Village and the 2015 AmeriCorps Build-A-Thon.
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