Donate and Fundraise
Stella Learning Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was established in 2013 and is the first autism and related disorders learning center within the Tri-Parish area. Our primary mission is to improve the lives of individuals with autism and related disabilities through the provision of high quality, accessible educational programs designed to enhance the individuals’ opportunities to achieve their full potential. As a publicly supported organization, Stella Learning Center is primarily sustained through contributions from the general public and/or support from governmental units. Stella Learning Center actively fundraises year-round to support the ongoing costs of its organization including class resources, materials, and salaries for teachers.
However, we are in need of so much more! We would like a larger facility with more classrooms to educate more children. We need a playground with adapted equipment. SLC would like to see the growth and development of the school to include a Food Technology Room, Sensory Room, Soft Play Room, Art Room and a Daily Living Skills Room. Through the program of fundraising and networking, more children can benefit from the work we do.
How Can You Help?
Through your support, our combined efforts can have an unimaginable positive impact on our students’ lives. If you want to partner with us, here are some ways that you can help:
Join our Volunteer Fundraising Team to Help Develop New Fundraising Ideas
Donate Items for Fundraisers (bake sale items, silent auction items, etc.)
Stella Learning Center could greatly use the following donated items:
Books (Pre-K to 6th Grade Reading Level)
Please contact Stella Learning Center at (985) 868-2671 to get involved!
Why Give to Stella Learning Center, Inc.?
Progress at Stella Learning Center, Inc. is made possible through the support of many friends and families.
Your gift helps a child who cannot utter a word to make sentences.
You allow us to grow our space and staff to serve more children.
You are supporting research-based principles and tactics of Applied Behavior Analysis.