Ways to Give 2021
Cars for Homes
You can donate your car (or other vehicles!) to help build homes. No matter the vehicle’s condition—it can be brand new or old and damaged—you can give it to Habitat as a tax-deductible donation. Use this link to learn more or to arrange a donation: www.carsforhomes.org
One of the best ways to help New Orleans Habitat is through a monthly, recurring gift. These gifts help us plan ahead and budget, provide a stable source of funding, and are often a great way to give a little extra—a onetime $100 gift is amazing, but you can give more with less stress at $10 a month. Visit www.donatenola.org to set up your monthly gift today.
Stocks and Bonds
A charitable gift of stock or bonds can help make the dream of homeownership a reality for a deserving family while also providing tax savings for you. Please consult your qualified financial planner or attorney for more information, or contact Jay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost of Home
It takes a village. To raise a child, to create a home, to build a community. No single person, nor program, can solve all society’s problems. Part of supporting Habitat’s mission is to fight for affordable housing on all fronts. Donations and volunteering are crucial to the work, but you can also help through advocacy.
As part of the Cost of Home initiative by Habitat for Humanity International, NOAHH has resources and information you can use to become an advocate for housing. Use your voice to let your representatives at the local, state, and federal level know that affordable housing must be a priority.
Visit www.generationsofchange.org to learn more
Let your legacy be a gift that lasts for generations. We’ve partnered with FreeWill, a free online resource that guides you through the process of writing a will in 20 minutes or less. Visit freewill.com/habitatnola today.
Give back while shopping! Visit smile.amazon.com and choose New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity as your nonprofit of choice, and Amazon will give part of every purchase you make through their site to help build homes in New Orleans!