Finishing their Fifth Year of Classes!

This spring, Enabling Minds’ students are completing their fifth year of classes! What began as three students in the spring of 2013 has blossomed to over 75 students covering two special education classes, integrated general education classrooms, and two different schools! We are immensely grateful to Sister Gloria and the Scalabrini mission in Haiti, all of the staff and volunteers that visit and live in Haiti to ensure that these children have access to a quality education, nutrition, therapy, medical and dental services, sports, and recreational activities. We are also thankful to all of our donors who have helped to fund our program, we also could not have done this without you!! A final thank you to Zainab Mirza and her classmates at American University in Washington D.C. for sharing these photos from their trip to visit our students last month, and for helping us fully sponsor our last few students for the school year!!

Celebrating a Remarkable Life: Sabrina E. Guillaume

On January 22, 2018 founding member Sabrina Guillaume tragically passed away at the age of 39. Our work would have never happened were it not for Sabrina, and she was immensely proud of the lives our organization touched. She was an amazing wife, mother, daughter, sister, board member, computer scientist, artist, friend, and all around master of many trades.

Sabrina was Enabling Minds’ tech guru, our djon djon rice master chef at our fundraisers, and our voice of reason. Both Enabling Minds and the world is a happier, stronger, and more decent place because of Sabrina, and we will never forget her. We greatly mourn her loss and celebrate Sabrina’s remarkable life, legacy, and the memories we shared.


“Music centers me, love grounds me, life pushes me, and family lifts me.” – Sabrina E. Guillaume