"What a blessing the Pascal Sykes Foundation has been for the low-income, working-class families of South Jersey.
Founded in 1992, the Monmouth County-based foundation for the past several years has funded some major initiatives to remove the roadblocks from the path to success of the working poor.
By the time the foundation finishes its work and closes in four or five years, it will have spent more than $50 million strengthening South Jersey families.
Its efforts have shown foundation officials what’s needed and what works, and they have shared their insights with health and human services professionals nationwide."
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