RHINOs have gutted and rebuilt damaged homes, built new affordable housing, worked in community gardens and the ReStore, and fulfilled A Brush with Kindness and other community improvement projects.
RHINOs have gutted and rebuilt damaged houses, built new affordable housing, and helped repair homes for families affected by Hurricane Katrina and contractor fraud.
RHINOs help improve water management and drainage by upkeeping biospheres, removing invasive plants, and restoring wetlands.
RHINOs help build new affordable houses and restore homes damaged by termites, disrepair, or other damage.
RHINOs have done volunteer work with local youth at this daytime summer camp in arts and crafts, games, reading, and physical activity centers.
RHINOs have done service projects to upkeep gardens and landscaping around City Park.
RHINOs have volunteered with adults with developmental disabilities during arts and crafts, dances, bowling, and other activities.
RHINOs help sort donations, clean the warehouse, and distribute food to those in need in New Orleans East.
RHINOs have volunteered to help pack boxes of dry goods for distribution to hungry families.
— RHINOs help plant, maintain, and harvest vegetables and fruits that are given to neighbors in need of fresh food.
RHINOs work in the garden to provide fresh food for NOCCA’s culinary arts program for local high school students.
RHINOs engage in disaster relief and environmental justice efforts.
RHINOs work in the community garden to provide fresh food for the neighborhood and support their "Grace & Greens" and "Peas & Love" ministries.