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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.

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

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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.

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We look forward to seeing you tonight at the Staten Island Museum from 6 PM to 8 PM. This occasion will provide a unique opportunity to view the Yes, And exhibit and engage in discussions surrounding themes of connectivity, resilience and vitality. We will be collecting nonperishable food donations to support local nonprofit organizations working towards addressing food insecurity in the island. Thank you again Staten Island Museum and Richmond County Savings Foundation for all your support! We look forward to seeing you there and fostering meaningful connections!


“I believe each of us can create a powerful story and have a wonderful life on Staten Island. So, let’s all grab our pens, let’s write our story together as we continue to choose Staten Island as our home” Thank you @sibpvito for inviting us to 2023’s State of the Borough. What a time to reflect on the past year and to set forth our intentions for this year and beyond. Pictured: Janice Monger- board member of Nonprofit Staten Island and CEO of Staten Island Museum , Vito Fossella- Staten Island Borough President and Tatiana Arguello- Executive Director of Nonprofit Staten Island


Join the Pride Center of Staten Island, Lifestyles for the Disabled, and the Staten Island Zoo for Radio Bingo on Saturday, March 25, 2023 at the Staten Island Armory -321 Manor Rd, Staten Island, NY 10314 from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. $65 per person which includes your Bingo Card for the Evening, Assorted Heroes, Potato Salad, Macaroni Salad, Tri Color Pasta Salad, Soda, Water, Coffee, Tea, Dessert. Radio Bingo is a Mix Between the More Traditional Games of "Name That Tune" & Regular Bingo. Radio Bingo Puts a New Spin on Some Old Favorites. Rather Than Playing with Numbered Bingo Cards, you get Radio Bingo Cards with Songs on them Instead. When You Hear a Song & It's Listed on Your Card You Mark It Off. When You Get a Line of Songs Marked Off, YOU CALL BINGO!!! Winner's Pick the Item of Their Choice from the Gift Table! Get your tickets today at:


Nonprofit Staten Island would like to welcome our new member Staten Island Performing Provider System!! In 2014, Staten Island Performing Provider System (SI PPS) formed an integrated network of medical, behavioral, and social services agencies under the New York State Department of Health Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program (DSRIP). SI PPS continues to work with their partners to improve population health outcomes, address social determinants of health, grow their network and reduce health disparities. We appreciate your membership and look forward to working together to build a more resilient & equitable borough!

❗️ Last Call ❗️ Bait-ul Jamaat - House of Community Journal Ads are due TODAY!


Bait-ul Jamaat - House of Community is hosting their 7th Annual Community Fundraiser event! Click here for more information:


Our Vaccine Access and Education Microgrants' deadline is approaching. To be considered, applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Interested organizations may complete the application below to be considered as a recipient for SI COAD's Microgrant Program. The intent of this program is to strengthen our SI COAD / MES Coalition's efforts in vaccine access, education, and equity on Staten Island, to address vaccine hesitancy, and to improve vaccine confidence. All awardees must have a focus on COVID-19 vaccine adoption within Staten Island communities, although we will fund organizations that tie in additional vaccination efforts (e.g. MPOX, flu, etc.). Microgrants will fund projects or initiatives that advance vaccination efforts and/or measurably improve vaccine rates within our communities. Apply today at

Help Keep NYC Moving 🚲 Join NYC DOT, Bike New York, and the Staten Island FerryHawks as they collect bikes for distribution to Staten Islander's in need. Donate your used bikes in ANY CONDITION during January 21st and January 28th at SIUH Community Park from 8 am - 6 PM and DOT's Great Kills Municipal Parking Field from 8 AM - 3 PM. If you have any questions, please contact NYC DOT Staten Island Boro Commissioner’s Office at 212-839-2400 or email Will Deautriell at