Skip to content


Nonprofit Staten Island provides resources, support, and advocacy for the borough’s nonprofit leaders and organizations to help strengthen our sector and meet the needs of our communities.

2022 Nonprofit Conference

Building the Capacity of our Staten Island Nonprofits and Leaders to Meet the Needs of our Diverse Communities


Staten Island Community Organization Active in Disaster (SI COAD)


Nonprofit Staten Island, formerly known as SINFPA, celebrates the public unveiling of their rebranding, including an enhanced website and stunning new logo, as it continues to distinguish the sector and borough in stronger and more unique ways. 

Nonprofit Staten Island is committed to building the capacity of Staten Island nonprofit leaders and strengthening our sector through communication, collaboration, and coalition building. Placing an emphasis on supporting Staten Island nonprofits in being forward-thinking, the organization has set to work on not just rebranding but restrategizing the association and the ways it serves its membership and our borough’s communities. 

As we move into an important new era together, Nonprofit Staten Island centers, supports, and reasserts the excellence and importance of local nonprofits. Staten Island nonprofit organizations are a powerful force of providers and professionals delivering critical services to our communities. Each organization serves through community building, community voice, and community response, and our association is proud to share these three pillars and core values as we bring together best practices and lessons learned to drive a better collective future. 

We thank our members, community leaders, and neighbors for joining us in the important work that will propel our community forward. Together, we set the bar for quality of life and a brighter future in our communities. Nonprofit Staten Island celebrates this important moment of recommitment to the work of creating a culture and a space where Staten Islanders can see themselves working – with dignity, with respect and pride – in the borough that they love and live in. 

“As a young Latina Executive Director, I come in with a vision of intersectionality because in order for us to thrive as an Island we need to move forward collectively. Unveiling our new name, logo, and website is about more than just rebranding; it’s about restrategizing to best fulfill our ongoing commitment to ensure that all Staten Island voices are heard and served. Here’s to our nonprofits. Here’s to Staten Island. Here’s to Nonprofit Staten Island! ” – Tatiana Arguello, Executive Director

Our Services

Affinity Groups

Join us for an open discussion Fundraising and Human Resource. This is an open space for professionals to voice and share resources in our Staten Island Nonprofit world.

The Latest from

Nonprofit Staten Island

Sign Up For Newsletter

In Solidarity

The Staff of the Nonprofit Staten Island is united against racism, hatred, and violence. Our commitment to building the strength of our nonprofit communities and leaders is as strong as our commitment to peace, quality, and justice. We grieve the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, and the countless other Black lives lost at the hands of law enforcement.

In Solidarity

Webinars of Interest

Explore best practices and insights from nonprofit thought leaders. Engage, learn, and share to amplify your success.

Access Webinars

What We’re Up To

Join Staten Island Chamber of Commerce and Staten Island Young Professionals Group for their Holiday Social on December 15th at 6:00 PM. RSVP here:

Did you know Staten Islanders have a dedicated monkeypox (MPV) helpline? Call 718-608-7900 to learn more about symptoms, prevention, and first and second dose vaccine appointments. ☎️ Call 718-608-7900, OR visit 💻 anytime #sistaystrongstaysafe

Devout CUNY supporters honored at College of Staten Island’s Celestial Ball fundraiser! Congratulations to all the honorees! Read article here:


Our partners at Project Hospitality along with Super Health Pharmacy are hosting a FREE vaccination event next Tuesday, December 13th from 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm at El Centro del Inmigrante (260 Port Richmond Ave, Staten Island, NY 10302). The Monkeypox (MPV) vaccine as well as Covid-19 boosters will be available. For more info on whether vaccination is right for you, visit #sistaystrongstaysafe

MindOpen Learning Strategies calls for submissions for Youth Artists (ages 12 -18). Deadline to apply is December 9th. If you have any questions please. email Register here:


District 49 is hosting a Discretionary Funding Info Session on December 14 from 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM! RSVP:


❗️ JOB FAIR ❗️ Richmond University Medical Center is hosting their Job Fair at December 14 &15 at 1:00 PM - 5:00PM. Bring your resume and be part of their team!

As the final video short in SI COAD's series of videos highlighting work on the Vaccine Equity Partner Engagement program, we share Dr. Mayank A. Parikh's COVID Story. When COVID-19 hit our community, Super Health Pharmacy started off by donating hand sanitizer to first responders. While collaborating with Cut Red Tape for Heros, they have donated over 1,000,000 pieces of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). With the support of pharmacists, nurses, student pharmacists, and practitioners they were able to collectively administer greater than 30,000 COVID-19 vaccines and administer over 100,000 COVID-19 tests. It is important to get your COVID-19 vaccine because it prevents serious illnesses and hospitalizations and it protects your loved ones. Act now as it may take a couple of weeks to be fully effective. The vaccine is free, safe, and effective side effects are usually mild. Watch Dr. Mayank A. Parikh's COVID Story Here: