Support our Mission & Vision

Ways to Give

Your generous donation will support Einstein's Community-Centered approach and advance our mission and vision to nurture students to be academically STRONG as well as socially and emotionally resilient.


1. Donors may also send checks or Money Orders made out to:


C/O Chief Financial Officer Lakenya Collins, CPA & CEO Michael McKenzie             4801 Maid Marion Blvd.                    

New Orleans, Louisiana 70128 

2. Time! Please volunteer to support our learning community. Learn about ways to give time below.

3. CashApp to $GiveEinstein.

4. PayPal

Reasons to Give

LEAD (LEARN EARN AND DEVELOP) is a Problem Based Learning mentorship program that gives our seniors opportunities to be paid while solving problems in their community. Einstein's LEAD PBL develops youths' community leadership skills in health, wellness, civic engagement, conservation, agriculture, community revitalization, and senior citizen care. 


LEAD is led by the Chief Executive Officer and youth mentor, Michael McKenzie.

LEAD PBL projects include the following:

  1. Michoud Blvd clean-up and walking trail

  2. Lincoln Beach clean-up and revitalization

  3. Sarah T. Reed High School beautification

  4. Homeless meal and water distribution

  5. Elderly lawncare and clean up

  6. Resilient Farm 

  7. Voter registration and civic engagement

  8. New Orleans fishing location clean up

Olympian STRONG offers various sports, programming and student culture opportunities that require equipment, transportation, and administrative support. To learn more, visit

Einstein’s (STAY) STRONG Teachers All Year supports stakeholders with the Breakfast of Champions program, birthday, STAY fit Bootcamps, STRONG Leader of the Month, bereavement, and Thankful Thursday.

Adopt-A-Senior is a program that offers support and guidance to 100% of Sarah T. Reed's Senior students. Students are paired with community members and/or staff members across the Einstein Schools. Through this partnership, students receive guidance on being responsible, support to maintain academic excellence, social support, and advisement on college and career readiness. 

Resilient Family/ Familia Resiliente is a program that support our families by connecting them to resources, support services, citizenship services, language services, and post-secondary advisement.

Enseñar Nuevo Orleans is a fellowship program that supports a cohort of graduating Latino/a seniors by providing them with post-graduation leadership training, work opportunity within our network of schools as paraprofessionals within our English Language Learners Program, and college readiness, matriculation, and attrition support.  Einstein Schools serves one of the largest ELL populations in New Orleans.  As such, we deem it important to provide these cohorts of students with opportunities that will allow them to thrive educationally and socially, while also ensuring that they gain the skills necessary to give back to our local community.

Proud Sponsors of Einstein's mission & vision include:

Burns McDonnell


Hubbard & Tennison

Jani King

Liberty Bank 

New Orleans Saints


Learning Materials and Technology can support our mission and vision to nurture students to be academically STRONG as well as socially and emotionally resilient.

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4801 Maid Marion Dr. 

New Orleans, LA 70128

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