Margie and Jimmy have been married for 50 years and live in the West Bank neighborhood of New Orleans. Jimmy, a Marine Corps vet, is just one of several veterans that live in this community, which Rebuilding Together New Orleans has been focusing on recently. Margie spends a lot of her time taking care of her husband ever since he had a stroke. Due to the stroke, he must use a wheelchair.
When Rebuilding Together New Orleans was canvassing the area to find low-income homeowners to help, they saw Margie tending to her beautiful garden. All she said their house needed was small repairs in their kitchen.
Rebuilding Together New Orleans quickly realized this modest couple needed much more than just a few kitchen repairs. Their house lacked a door handle, which posed a significant safety risk. Only half of the ceiling tiles were intact and mold had started growing in the ceiling. Volunteers quickly got to work painting their exterior and replacing the broken door knobs, damaged siding, and the kitchen ceiling tiles.

Margie and Jimmy have been married for 50 years and live in the West Bank neighborhood of New Orleans. Jimmy, a Marine Corps vet, is just one of several veterans that live in this community, which Rebuilding Together New Orleans has been focusing on recently. Margie spends a lot of her time taking care of her husband ever since he had a stroke. Due to the stroke, he must use a wheelchair.

When Rebuilding Together New Orleans was canvassing the area to find low-income homeowners to help, they saw Margie tending to her beautiful garden. All she said their house needed was small repairs in their kitchen.

Rebuilding Together New Orleans quickly realized this modest couple needed much more than just a few kitchen repairs. Their house lacked a door handle, which posed a significant safety risk. Only half of the ceiling tiles were intact and mold had started growing in the ceiling. Volunteers quickly got to work painting their exterior and replacing the broken door knobs, damaged siding, and the kitchen ceiling tiles.

On February 1st, Rebuilding Together will celebrate our 18th Annual Kickoff to Rebuild, a Super Bowl sanctioned charity event. NFL stars Garrett Hartley and Robert Royal will join our volunteers as we renovate the homes of low-income homeowners in New Orleans. Below are just some of the stories of the people we are helping.
The Moores
Mr. and Mrs. Moore are childhood sweethearts who have been married for nearly 35 years. Mr. Moore served in the Navy for two years shortly after graduating from high school. The Moores’ eldest son and daughter share their father’s passion for service and joined the Air Force. Their daughter assisted her fellow New Orleanians during and after Hurricane Isaac. 
"I’ve been around the world, and no matter where you go, there ain’t no place quite like New Orleans," said Mr. Moore. The Moores plan on watching the Super Bowl together in their newly renovated home.
Anthony Hudson and Lauren Pope
Anthony Hudson joined the military after graduating high school and served one term as an Ammunition Specialist. While being stationed in Iraq, he watched as Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans. Ever since being honorably discharged, he has dedicated himself to improving the quality of life for his family and others around him.
Anthony and Lauren are engaged and have three children together. The renovations they’re receiving will make their house a safe and healthy home for their kids to grow up in. 
Lois Paige
Lois Paige has lived in New Orleans for over 90 years. This retired elementary school teacher, wife, and mother has been a strong contributor within her community. Her proudest moment came when her daughter graduated from Tulane University’s Newcomb College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education.
Due to arthritis and other health issues, it is difficult for Ms. Paige to move around her house. Ms. Paige receives excellent care from her daughter and a sense of security from living next door to her grandson. However, the critical home repairs she will receive will greatly better her quality of life. 

On February 1st, Rebuilding Together will celebrate our 18th Annual Kickoff to Rebuild, a Super Bowl sanctioned charity event. NFL stars Garrett Hartley and Robert Royal will join our volunteers as we renovate the homes of low-income homeowners in New Orleans. Below are just some of the stories of the people we are helping.

The Moores

Mr. and Mrs. Moore are childhood sweethearts who have been married for nearly 35 years. Mr. Moore served in the Navy for two years shortly after graduating from high school. The Moores’ eldest son and daughter share their father’s passion for service and joined the Air Force. Their daughter assisted her fellow New Orleanians during and after Hurricane Isaac. 

"I’ve been around the world, and no matter where you go, there ain’t no place quite like New Orleans," said Mr. Moore. The Moores plan on watching the Super Bowl together in their newly renovated home.

Anthony Hudson and Lauren Pope

Anthony Hudson joined the military after graduating high school and served one term as an Ammunition Specialist. While being stationed in Iraq, he watched as Hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans. Ever since being honorably discharged, he has dedicated himself to improving the quality of life for his family and others around him.

Anthony and Lauren are engaged and have three children together. The renovations they’re receiving will make their house a safe and healthy home for their kids to grow up in. 

Lois Paige

Lois Paige has lived in New Orleans for over 90 years. This retired elementary school teacher, wife, and mother has been a strong contributor within her community. Her proudest moment came when her daughter graduated from Tulane University’s Newcomb College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education.

Due to arthritis and other health issues, it is difficult for Ms. Paige to move around her house. Ms. Paige receives excellent care from her daughter and a sense of security from living next door to her grandson. However, the critical home repairs she will receive will greatly better her quality of life.