NRH is a trade association whose mission is to serve, be a resource to, educate, and connect its members to the nonprofit community. At the same time, NRH serves the nonprofit sector as a bridge connecting nonprofit organizations to resources and to each other.
Our mission is to train and supervise community volunteers, appointed by the Family Court, to advocate for the best interests of children who have been removed from their homes due to abuse and/or neglect.
AMPHS is a not-for-profit health service organization with a triple aim to identify barriers to health and wellness in underserved immigrant communities; coordinate truly needed primary care with social assistance; and deliver care with dignity and empathy to marginalized New Yorkers.
The Academy develops Continuing Medical Education activities which serve to maintain, develop and update the professional knowledge of physicians. The Academy also provides training and certification programs for staff and other health care professionals in the areas of practice management.
We connect nonprofit organizations to donated workspace in coworking spaces and business centers.
Nature education for children and adults
America Needs You fights for economic mobility for ambitious, first-generation college students. We do this by providing transformative mentorship and intensive career development.
Provide support and services to women residing in the Township of Babylon, NY in active treatment for breast and/or gynecological cancer.
Innovate, educate, entertain a diverse community through arts as a social and cultural gathering place, educational resource, & a home for community.
Be responsible for the overall planning & oversight of commercial and economic programs in Bayside. Educate businesses to increase their market share through marketing and publicity techniques. Address issues and concerns that might impede members from adequately conducting business by having one voice with government agencies.
Best Buddies is dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
BetterHealth supports, empowers, and enables Planned Parenthood affiliates to efficiently conduct healthcare.
The mission of Birthday Wishes is to improve and empower the lives of homeless children and their families by providing joy, play, and hope through the magic of a birthday party.
Bottomless Closet’s mission is to be the connection that inspires and guides disadvantaged New York City women to enter the workforce and achieve success. From our grassroots beginnings, we have grown into an organization that has served nearly 40,000 women in need, amassed nearly 200 dedicated volunteers and 150 referral partners, and has had over 1,000 workshop attendees just last year.
Provides high quality youth development programs and a supportive community to empower boys and young men.
Our mission is to teach, inspire and encourage expectant moms. We are committed to helping women throughout pregnancy, labor and delivery as well as postnatal with education, assistance, referrals and material resources.
We repair donated bikes, then donate the repaired bikes. In non-covid times, we teach bike repair and safety too.
Calculated Genius is dedicated to helping underrepresented youth explore and connect to engineering, to inspire a brighter future.
To provide FREE bereavement camp programs for Long Island children who have experienced the death of a parent and/or sibling.
To promote and support financial and administrative community development programs including disaster relief
Career Day Inc.’s mission is to inspire young people through career choice awareness. It our philosophy that when a student is presented with the opportunity to meet and learn from various professionals, there can be a significant impact on their confidence, direction; and ultimate success.
CARES Foundation leads in the effort to improve the lives of the Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia community and seeks to advance quality health care through research, education & support.
The improve the life of all residents in the Central Islip and surrounding communities.
CANY promotes lifelong access to educational, vocational and cultural programs for New Yorkers of all abilities. We identify barriers to participation in schools and in the community and adapts the content and delivery of programs to the diverse needs of people with disabilities.
Provides housing and human services that support social and economic independence. CHI operates a wide variety of homeless housing models, from family shelters with more than 100 rooms to scattered site individual apartments.
CPI is a positive motivated change agent committed to provide comprehensive services to a diverse community of children and families, promoting self-sufficient and empowerment of the mind and spirit.
Computers 4 People is dedicated to collecting, refurbishing, and donating used computers to individuals and organizations in under-resourced communities to promote equity and access to opportunity.
We who recognize God’s providence and fidelity to His people are dedicated to living out His covenant among ourselves and those children we serve, with absolute respect and unconditional love.
Preserve Long Island’s rich aviation history and use its unique collection of air and spacecraft to excite school children about their studies in STEM and finally to expose them to pathways to STEM careers.
The CM Performing Arts Center, a NonProfit Organization is “home” to people from all walks of life who work collaboratively to produce quality theatrical productions. Guided by the values of excellence, diversity and community, we seek to make a positive contribution to arts-education, culture and the quality of life on Long Island.
Continuing to empower intellectually & developmentally disabled adults with opportunities for Independence by providing exceptional community based person centered programs, through accountability dedicated staff and responsible measurable Governance
To enrich the lives of people with mobility challenges through free, first-hand accessibility information of leisure venues (restaurants, parks, museums, theaters, kid-friendly venues)
DomHeart21 provides heart screenings for children, teens and young adults for early detection, CPR-AED training, and life saving AED equipment to prevent sudden cardiac arrest and death in the young.
Our mission is to respond to human needs with programs and services that protect children, promote healthy families and communities, help seniors and empower individuals to take control of their lives.
Provide educational supports for individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. We operate a 12 month school program, an adult vocational program as well as 10 acre farm providing volunteer and job opportunities to people with disabilities.
Our mission is to assist families and communities in becoming self-sufficient
To transform the justice system by promoting responses to violence that break cycles of trauma. We work at the intersection of criminal justice, public health, and racial justice to elevate healing and safety over retribution, meet the needs of survivors, and advance racial equity.
Experience Camps is a national, no-cost program for grieving children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or primary caregiver.
FCA’s mission is to protect and strengthen Long Island’s most vulnerable children, families, seniors, and communities. At FCA, we envision a Long Island where a legacy of optimal health, educational success and economic security passes from one generation to the next.
FIRST CARES is dedicated to developing alternative learning and mentoring programs that will help, encourage, coach, mentor and equip individuals from various local and international communities to grow socially, educationally and economically.
Forestdale provides comprehensive supports to young people and families who are healing from trauma and working to overcome poverty. Our mission is to ensure that children and families have the fundamental assets they need to thrive and live independently.
A multi-service provider providing supports for the differently abled; building the bridge for true community.
Provide services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in New York City.
The primary mission of General Needs is to assist homeless veterans & veterans in need to live lives of dignity by providing new clothing and essential items.
To inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold
Provide support, education, advocacy and research to people with chronic disease.
Removing barriers to employment for the disabled and disenfranchised.
Governance Matters’ mission is to assist nonprofit organizations achieve the highest standards of board leadership, governance and oversight. We do this by providing nonprofit board training, consultation and providing educational resources. We also have an online recruitment program that helps organizations seeking new board members find talented board candidates from outside their networks.
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
HARBOR CHERISHES CHILDHOOD, CULTIVATES WONDER AND INSPIRES CONFIDENT LEARNERS AND LEADERS.”
Premier provider of developmental and educational services to young children and their families, who live in poverty and struggle to meet the basic needs of life.
We promote school readiness enhancing social, cognitive development of children through the provision of educational health, nutrition.
To promote voter registration and civic participation through the power of music and culture.
We are committed to improving the health and welfare of animals through funding urgent veterinary care, animal education, and community outreach programs. We strongly believe that lack of finances should not determine an animal’s destiny.
The mission of Hearts to Homes is to assist newly independent young adults who have just aged out of foster care. This assistance alleviates some of the stress during the initial transition by providing the essentials to furnish a new home.
Hempstead Community Land Trust is a 501(c)3 member-based organization with a mission to acquire, renovate, and provide affordable homeownership, and economic opportunities to families and individuals of low-to-moderate-income which will remain affordable in perpetuity.
To improve the lives of individuals with Special Needs through Equine Facilitated Interactions.
HSC strengthens New York’s nonprofit human services sector, ensuring New Yorkers from all walks of life, across diverse neighborhoods, cultures, and generations reach their full potential.
It is the mission of IGHL, in concert with government, community leaders and the families of those we serve, to develop and implement innovative programs for people with intellectual disabilities, so that they can realize their full potential, and become contributing members of their community.
Integrate for Good empowers students and adults with disabilities to share their talent through inclusive volunteerism, community leadership and meaningful employment.
Substance use and treatment residential program in service for over 50 years
IAC creates value by providing tools for its members to succeed.
L.I. Against Domestic Violence is committed to the empowerment of victims and survivors of domestic violence through supportive services including hotline, counseling, vocational training, emergency shelter, prevention and educational resources and legal advocacy.
We have three pregnancy care centers located in Deer Park, Hempstead and Massapequa known as Women First Pregnancy Options. Our goal is to empower pregnant and parenting women by providing them with the resources and emotional support needed to take care of themselves and their children.
The Little Saint Nick Foundation (LSNF) has the mission of “Kids Inspiring and Helping Kids”. This mission is to not only help kids and families in need who are ill, but to inspire kids and young adults to give back to those kids in need.
The LIAD Center provides hands-on services to diagnosed individuals and caregivers to improve quality of life. For over 30 years, we have provided support, stimulation and hope by focusing on our community’s abilities and needs. Until there is a cure, the LIAD Center is the best solution.
Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) is an alliance of and for the region’s not-for-profit arts, cultural and arts education organizations. LIAA promotes awareness of and participation in Long Island’s world-class arts and cultural institutions.
LICC provides 24/7, free, high quality, confidential and non-judgmental services and programs to support and empower Long Islanders at critical times in their lives.
Our mission is the elimination of unlawful housing discrimination and promotion of decent and affordable housing through advocacy and education.
LONG ISLAND SCHOLARS supports college and career readiness, access, and success for public high school students from under-resourced families (under $125,000 AGI) in Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island, NY.
Our mission is to cure pancreatic cancer by funding scientific and clinical research related to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of pancreatic cancer.
To fight lymphatic diseases such as lymphedema, lipedema and lymphatic malformations through education, research and advocacy.
The Marty Lyons Foundation (MLF) was established in 1982 to fulfill the wishes of children ages three (3) to seventeen (17) years old who have been diagnosed with a terminal or life-threatening illness.
This Society shall be the Queens County component of the Medical Society of the State of New York (hereinafter called the “State Society”). The mission of the Society shall be: (a) to establish and maintain the highest possible standards for the practice of medicine in the County of Queens; (b) to contribute to the professional and personal development of member physicians by representing the profession as a whole and to advocate health-related rights, responsibilities and issues in order to promote a favorable environment for the practice of medicine and improvement of the health of Queens County; (c) to serve as a resource for its members and assist them in addressing the many issues and needs which they face in providing health care to their patients; (d) to enhance the delivery and ensure public access to the highest quality medical care in the most judicious manner, and to act to promote and maintain high standards in medical education and in the practice of medicine in an effort to ensure that quality medical care is available to the public; and (e) to seek to educate the public regarding important health care issues.
Mission is to better the lives of children diagnosed with cancer, pediatric cancer survivors and their families.
The mission of the Middle Market Alliance of Long Island (MMALI) is to promote a thriving ecosystem of middle-market companies, professionals and dealmakers on Long Island through timely and stimulating programming, networking opportunities and informational resources.
MOMMAS House is a residential mother-child program for women 18 to 24 years old, pregnant or parenting and their children. The mission is to provide a holistic supportive program for these families to be nurtured and grow from dependence to independent parents and contributing members of society.
The mission of The Mowat-Wilson Syndrome Foundation is to enhance the lives of people affected by Mowat-Wilson Syndrome by providing family support, raising awareness, and supporting research and education.
NAMI Queens/Nassau is an affiliate of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, a grassroots not-for-profit organization that is committed to building better lives and ensuring dignity and respect for those affected by mental illness through support, education and advocacy. This includes those diagnosed with a mental illness: their family members, relatives and friends; mental health professionals and all those who share NAMI’s vision and mission. As one of the largest affiliates in NYS, we work collaboratively with our state and national organizations and with other stakeholders to educate the public, advocate for legislation, reduce stigma and improve the mental health system.
The mission of the NCPA is to (a) affect positively the quality of life of persons with cerebral palsy, others with severe disabilities and multiple service needs, and the families of both and (b) prevent cerebral palsy and minimize its effects.
Network 20/20 bridges the gap between the foreign policy world and the private sector, highlighting and driving innovative solutions to key foreign policy challenges.
To help older people in our community who have cognitive, physical, and emotional limitations to maintain and improve their level of functioning. The New York Memory Center is a day center that enriches the community, ( regardless of age) living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
As the preeminent not-for-profit children’s mental health agency on Long Island, North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center is dedicated to restoring and strengthening the emotional well-being of children (from birth – age 24) and their families. We never turn anyone away for inability to pay.
Nourish Box is a nonprofit dedicated to ending the destructive effects of hunger, delivering meal kits to food-insecure communities and families.
Options is committed to assisting individuals and families in need to develop their fullest potential for independent living. Residential and support services prepare participants for the demands and responsibilities of community life and promote housing permanency, health, safety and welfare.
To assist and encourage by educating and increasing public awareness regarding minority involvement in the maritime and engineering industries through recruitment, mentoring, scholarships, and networking.
We are a Community Action Agency serving 6 counties (Baxter, Boone, Marion, Newton, Searcy and Van Buren) in Northcentral/Northwest Arkansas. We provide direct services to stabilize families and individuals so they can dream of and set goals to work toward a better life out of poverty.
Our mission is to provide a comprehensive therapeutic equine program using horses to promote growth, learning and healing. Our populations include children and adults with disabilities, those who have been abused or neglected, the military and the impoverished.
Uniting nonprofit and community partners to create a vibrant Paterson, NJ
Pen Parentis helps writers stay on creative track after they start a family. Outreach programs include monthly literary salons open to the general public, an annual Writing Fellowship for New Parents, and weekly writer-parent meetups for writers who need accountability and support.
To provide Mental Health services in a professional and confidential environment through clinics and community programs.
Pharos Academy is a K-12 charter school serving the Longwood community in the South Bronx. Our goal is to ensure that we equip every scholar with the skills and mindset to make a positive impact on their families, communities, and in the world.
PRI Inc. promotes and provide services that support sustainable human development, business growth and social transformation
Positive Behavior Support Community Foundation empowers people with disabilities to make their own life choices and succeed in the communities where they live, work and play.
Pro Bono Partnership provides business and transactional legal services to nonprofit organizations serving the disadvantaged or enhancing the quality of life in neighborhoods in Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York (outside of NYC). Substantially leveraging the impact of its in-house legal staff, the Partnership annually recruits and mobilizes hundreds of attorneys from major corporations and law firms to donate their time and expertise on behalf of its nonprofit clients, enhancing their ability to improve conditions in their communities.
Project Music is an intensive music education/youth development program transforming the lives of children in Stamford, CT by providing access to the life changing benefits of an ensemble based music program.
Queens Centers for Progress is committed to providing person-centered services and supports to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. The goal of these services and supports is to promote independence, community involvement, and quality of life.
Restore is a nonprofit organization making freedom real for survivors of trafficking in the United States. Our vision is a world free from trafficking.
The mission of Resurrection House is to provide a safe, nurturing and empowering environment for our residents so that they may achieve self-sufficiency and permanent housing.
RISE Life Services provides a residential and supported living environment dedicated to empowering people with intellectual disabilities and mental health challenges to RISE to their full potential.
We are a homeless shelter for women and children.
Sanctuary for Families is New York’s leading service provider and advocate for survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking, and related forms of gender violence.
We serve as the Support Center for our camps and programs that serve children with serious medical conditions, free of charge.
Sober Living Ways mission is to provide victims of domestic abuse a safe, clean sober living environment . Allowing victims the opportunity to develop life skills in a structured environment giving them the resources and tools required in their new journey of sobriety.
At Solace House, we make it our mission to provide free, accessible, professional counseling and support services to anyone in emotional crisis.
SJI provides thought-provoking liberal arts education to incarcerated students in local jails, and supports further education and personal development through a network of programs and community organizations.
The Spirit of Huntington Art Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that ignites the passion for creative expression that can transform the lives of students with special needs and Veterans.
StoryCorps’ mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world.
The Book Fairies is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that collects reading materials for people in need throughout metropolitan New York. The reading materials foster literacy and academic success, provide a respite from personal struggles, and nurture a love of reading across age groups.
We provide informative, honest and compassionate counseling to empower pregnant women to choose life while serving our families with support, guidance and material assistance in order for them to raise their children in a loving and secure environment.
The Butterfly Initiative, Inc. is dedicated to building a safe & sustainable environment for marginalized and impoverished women and children seeking refuge from violence, abuse, and neglect by creating support systems to maintain and promote a productive, nurturing, and self-sufficient community.
The Corporate Source creates employment opportunities for people with disabilities and provides services leading to independence and fulfillment. TCS achieves its critical mission through janitorial and other outsourcing services to the federal, state and private sector in NYC, LI and the Caribbean.
ECF is dedicated to saving sight and saving lives of those suffering from eye cancer by being the resource for funding the training ophthalmological oncologists worldwide, providing support services to patients and families, educating the public, and supporting research leading to a cure
The Liincs Organization mission is to match the needs of Long Islanders looking to become better individuals, citizens and leaders with the resources that can help them achieve that goal.
Our mission is the educated the community on AVM awareness and create an early detection screening program for the very curable disease if found early enough.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Long Island (SVDPLI) provides financial, material, and emotional support to Long Islanders in need. SVDPLI has served disadvantaged Long Islanders since 1948. With the help of over 1,200 volunteers, SVDPLI assists more than 100,000 people annually.
The Viscardi Center educates, employs, and empowers youth, adults, and veterans with disabilities or similar needs, so we can all discover the love of learning, the power of work, the freedom of independent living, and the self-confidence to fulfill our dreams.
We empower every student by providing scholarships towards their education plans. As well as to spread awareness around the national student debt crisis.
The Tiegerman mission of “teaching the extraordinary” reflects the organization’s goal to substantively transform the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities from preschool throughout adulthood. We are committed to providing an enduring opportunity for exceptional instruction, education and support to ensure that the children and adults that we serve achieve their potential in life.
The Tourette Association of America (formerly known as the Tourette Syndrome Association) is the only national organization serving the community, and works to raise awareness, advance research, and provide ongoing support to patients and families impacted by Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders.
United Way of Long Island advances the common good, creating opportunities for a better life for all by focusing on three key building blocks; health, education and financial stability. It is our priority to create equity across Long Island by investing in partnerships, helping the most vulnerable and at risk through organizations and programs that demonstrate raising the bar for fairness and equal access to services. Our organization provides a united solution and impact, fighting for families across Long Island. We recruit people and organizations that bring the passion, expertise and resources needed to get things done. LIVE UNITED® is a call to action for everyone to become a part of the change. United Way of Long Island is an independent locally-operated 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, led and governed by an independent Board of Directors.
Urban Pathways’ mission is to move homeless New Yorkers off the streets and into stable housing. Each year, Urban Pathways serves more than 3,900 at-risk and homeless individuals, many of whom live with mental illness and/or substance use disorders, helping them to achieve their goals by providing housing and supportive services which meet their needs.
• Promote the development, education and inclusion into the community of children with or at risk of disabilities. • Increase the capabilities of families whose children have or are at risk of disabilities and reduce the stresses on those families. • Initiate improvements in the delivery of services to children and their families. • Provide training and technical assistance to early childhood personnel. • Promote programs, research, attitudes, policies and collaborations that improve child development and family life.
Venture House is dedicated to the wellness and recovery of people living with mental illness. We are a community of mutual support that provides our members the opportunities to gain skills, confidence and respect as coworkers, neighbors, friends and citizens.
To support underserved women to remove barriers that prevent them access to education, skills and work experience across a variety of business and tech careers where women are underrepresented. Consequently, we aim to provide women skills needed to gain employment, thrive at work and be successful.