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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.

Nonprofit Staten Island’s 11th Annual Community Service Awards


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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

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We are so grateful for Rich Energy Solutions Company, for being a Gold Sponsor for our upcoming 11th Annual Community Service Awards! #thankyou #thankful #eventsponsorship #community #partnership #communityservice


@citizenscommittee CEO Rahsaan Harris and Nonprofit Staten Island Executive Director Tatiana Arguello facilitated a conversation among Staten Island community leaders, local business owners, and philanthropists around the future of community leadership here on Staten Island. We appreciate the Staten Island Foundation for hosting the event and all those who added to the rich conversation. Stay tuned for more!


At Nonprofit Staten Island, we believe that no nonprofit is too big or too small to make a difference. By bringing together organizations of all sizes, we can create a collective impact that truly changes lives. That's why we're proud to be involved in raising awareness for autism and creating a meaningful event for all involved. Together, we can make a real difference in creating a more inclusive and compassionate society that embraces neurodiversity and recognizes the inherent value and worth of every individual, regardless of their abilities or differences. The SI Puzzle for Autism Guinness Book of World Record's Event is an extraordinary event in celebration of Autism Acceptance Month. This collaborative effort between local nonprofits, businesses, and community leaders aims to raise autism awareness and create a meaningful experience for all participants. On April 19th, join us in a Guinness World Record attempt for the largest human puzzle piece, with rides, activities, and music for everyone to enjoy. The following week, attend the Autism Acceptance Game at the SI FerryHawks on April 29th, featuring a resource fair for families of those living with autism. Be a part of this incredible community event – get your tickets today and learn more about sponsorship opportunities at


Nonprofit Staten Island would like to welcome our new member The Global Academy for Community-Based Education inc. The mission of The Global Academy for Community-Based Education, Inc. is to support educators, students, and community members in collaborating together to develop and sustain community-based education models in schools across the globe. We appreciate your membership and look forward to working together to build a more resilient & equitable borough!


Join the @pridecentersi for a St.Patrick's Day Pub Crawl on Saturday, March 18th, Starting at Jody's on Forest Avenue! For any questions contact


We are so grateful for Tekie Geek, for being a Gold Sponsor for our upcoming 11th Annual Community Service Awards! #thankyou #thankful #eventsponsorship #community #givingbacktothecommunity


New training offering from Nonprofit Staten Island!! Learn how updating your nonprofit’s Candid profile will grow your organization’s online identity, and choose what tens of millions of potential donors see about your organization. This training will prepare you to: ✅ Plan next steps for telling your organization’s story via its Nonprofit Profile. ✅Describe how the information in your Nonprofit Profile informs potential donors and funders and powers 200+ charitable sites. ✅Explain how earning Seals of Transparency creates opportunities for your organization to be found, grow trust, and share your impact. You will hear from Candid's Director of Partnerships: Catalina Spinel (she/her). Catalina Spinel is responsible for elevating and expanding Candid’s reach by building partnerships and strategies that strengthen the social sector through comprehensive data, training, and insights on philanthropy. She facilitates trainings and represents Candid in social sector conferences. Catalina has dedicated her career to creating innovative solutions to social challenges alongside diverse groups of stakeholders. Previously she was Program Manager of Candid’s New York Learning Center. There she connected tens of thousands of social sector professionals to the resources they need to thrive. Before joining Candid, she supported the expansion of the District-Charter Collaborative. A program of the New York City Department of Education that facilitates collaboration to improve instructional practices, student outcomes, and eliminate disparities along racial lines. She also led the creation of the United Nations Victims of Terrorism Support Portal, a global resource hub for information on issues pertaining to victims of terrorism. Catalina has consulted for various organizations on their fundraising strategy, including UN Women. Catalina holds a Master in Public Administration from Columbia University and a Business bachelor from Universidad de los Andes.


It was all smiles today at our board management 101 training! A huge thank you to David Sorkin of DHSorkin Consulting who lead the session. This session was focused on how effective, motivated boards are critical to a nonprofit organization’s ability to develop its capacity and achieve its mission. This training consisted of a series of topics that break down the best practices and responsibilities of an effective governing body. We very much appreciate our partner @siadvance for hosting us!





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