Chapter Programs

Under our international administration, Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service, the Sigma Psi Omega Chapter provides communities across Long Island with programs and resources that bring hope and empowerment to men, women and children


Target 1: HBCU for Life: A Call to Action

  • Sigma Psi Omega is proud to support the rich legacy and heritage of HCBUs by promoting HBCU awareness and college fairs. Visit our events page for information about upcoming events.

  • We assist students in the college application process, with workshops and mentoring, to helping them to compile a powerful portfolio for college admissions. Meetings are held at Central Islip High School, 85 Wheeler Road, Central Islip, NY 11722.
    *Please contact Ms. Iasia Quick (quickiasia1@gmail.com) for additional information.


Target 2: Women's Healthcare and Wellness

Sigma Psi Omega plays a vital role in raising community awareness of critical health issues impacting African-American women through the many program activities including:

  • Pink Goes Red for Heart Health Community Impact Day to spread awareness and education of cardiovascular health and fitness (First Friday of February)

  • Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is one of the largest breast cancer awareness events in the country. We raise money and walk to fund research and honor those who have battled the disease.

  • Witness Walk Long Island to raise money, awareness and early detection of breast cancer on Long Island. We walk 5 miles from the Wyandanch Senior Nutrition Center to Babylon Town Hall.


Target 3: Building Your Economic Legacy

  • Through Operation AKA Assist, Sigma Psi Omega has partnered with various local organizations such as Momma’s House, Marks of Excellence Daycare, and Mercy Soup Kitchen of Wyandanch to provide assistance to residents in various capacities.

  • Sigma Psi Omega builds financial literacy and education in our local community with seminars such as “Emergency Planning: Living Your Finance Life” to train community residents on ways to perform financial assessments to achieve their financial goals


Target 4: The Arts!

  • Sigma Psi Omega helps to expose #CAP students, and other Long Island youth, to the Black Arts Movement, enrichment and culture by introducing them to visual and performing artists in the Black community.

  • Sigma Psi Omega, along with the Eastern Shore Links and Jack & Jill of Suffolk County, donated to the historical marker of Jupiter Hammon at Joseph Lloyd Manor. The Long Island resident was the first African American poet to be published in the United States.


Target 5: Global Impact

Sigma Psi Omega impacts the international community, partnering with organizations that make a difference worldwide by:
  • Sewing dresses and shirts made out of pillowcases and donating them to children in Haiti through Soles4Souls, Inc.

  • Partnering with Soles4Souls to collect shoes to donate to someone for a life-changing opportunity.

  • Collecting and donating eyeglasses to improve eye care in partnership with the local Lions Club.

  • Providing canned goods to refugees on Long Island.
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