THE MALCOLM JENKINS FOUNDATION IS COMMITTED TO YOUTH DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES AND
PROGRAMS WHICH EMPHASIZE MENTORSHIP, CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT, LEADERSHIP, EDUCATION,
LIFE SKILLS, HEALTH AND RECREATION.
Posted by admin on Feb 25, 2014
Mu Lambda Kappa (MΛK) mentoring program was started at Dr. King Charter School in 2009. Eight concerned male staff members started the organization in an effort to provide guidance to the high school students and to encourage them to pursue college degrees. The goal is to train the high school students to become respectable young men.
The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation and The Touchdown Club of New Orleans deliver Super Baskets of Hope to Children’s HospitalPosted by admin on Feb 14, 2014
In celebration of Super Bowl XLVIII, New Orleans Saint Malcolm Jenkins, The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation and the Touchdown Club of New Orleans, teamed up with New Orleans’ own Baskets of Hope to deliver “Super” Baskets of Hope to pediatric patients and families at Children’s Hospital in New Orleans.
Posted by admin on Jan 15, 2014
No matter what football teams qualify for the Super Bowl, a local team will be going to the New Jersey Meadowlands, the site of this year’s game, on Jan. 27. Volunteers from the local branch of Basket of Hope, teaming up with Sean Payton’s Play it Forward and The Malcolm Jenkins Foundations, will join others from around the country to attend the Super Basket of Hope event. Local sponsors and volunteers are needed to help make the project a success.
The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation is a proud sponsor of Super Baskets of Hope. Through the generosity of its donors, Super Baskets of Hope provides gifts to children diagnosed with cancer or other serious illness. The baskets are delivered by volunteers who spend time meeting with the family. Each basket is customized with age appropriate toys, games, crafts, etc. for the children and their siblings.