Foundation & Grantee News
Examining the best ways to help working families in need, the Pascale Sykes Foundation held its national research summit, “The Power of Research to Inform Policy”, on November 16, 2022. Post-event coverage of the Summit appeared in the following media outlets. InsiderNJ TAP into Princeton AP News Wire WPIX NY… Read More
Research Demonstrates Success of “Whole Family Approach” in Helping Struggling Families.
Rev. Darrell Armstrong, a long-time friend and associate of the Foundation, is interviewed on Your New Jersey with Lisa Marie Falbo on the intersection of faith and the Whole Family Approach.
Acting President Susan Doctorian Kyrillos shares how the Whole Family Approach is helping New Jersey’s struggling families during these difficult economic times.
Pascale Sykes Foundation’s Vice President of Programs and Operations, Richelle Todd-Yamoah, appears on Fox 5’s Good Day Street Talk to discuss how the Whole Family Approach is helping low-income families.
Pascale Sykes Foundation Announces “The Power of Research to Inform Policy” Summit
(RED BANK, NJ – November 11, 2021) – The New Jersey Chamber of Commerce and the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey honored the Pascale Sykes Foundation as a “diversity champion” on November 10, 2021. As a diversity advocate, the Pascale Sykes Foundation has been at the forefront… Read More
Invested 30 years in community organizations strengthening communities and working, low-income families in New Jersey and New York (Vineland, NJ) — The Pascale Sykes Foundation announced it will close its doors in 2022 as part of its original spend-down plan. Since 1992, the Foundation has advocated for and funded innovative,… Read More
Pascale Sykes Foundation Commits $1,000,000 to The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey and New Jersey Community Capital to Expand Entrepreneurship Opportunities
The Pascale Sykes Foundation announces today its donation to New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC) and the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey (AACCNJ) to support Black business enterprises (BBEs), which have historically faced challenges in the U.S. Through a $1,000,000 investment in the Equitable Small Business Initiative, the… Read More
This story was originally published here by Cross County Connection. Public transportation has always provided an important service for South Jersey residents. Yet during the current pandemic, transit in our region has become even more critical. Findings from a survey of NJ TRANSIT customers show how these services have allowed… Read More