Safety For NonProfits

People shouldn't get hurt when

volunteering and giving back

Our Vision

To make every nonprofit organization in the U.S. a safe and healthful place in which to work and volunteer.

Our Mission

Safety For NonProfits is committed to increasing awareness of safety and health issues faced by nonprofit organizations and providing pro-bono advisory services at their workplaces.

We are actively recruiting EHS Professional Volunteers

If you are interested in getting involved and helping nonprofit organizations with EHS services please read about becoming a Volunteer and complete the Volunteer Sign Up today.

Thank you for your interest

Get Help for your NonProfit

Safety and health hazards can injure volunteers and workers every day. Ensuring safe and healthy work conditions is essential for the success of all nonprofit organizations. We offer health and safety services and resources to help your organization.

S4NP IS HERE TO HELP: Request Service Form


You Can Help Please Donate

S4NP relies on volunteers and donations.

100% of all donations goes directly to providing H&S service to Non Profit Organizations.

A simple $10 donation provides 10 hours of professional S4NP service to a nonprofit organization.

S4NP is on the national nonprofit register, so check with your employer for matching donations and other program offers such as donations based on you volunteering with S4NP.

In The News S4NP Activities and Events


Order S4NP Tee Shirts and other promotional items to help raise funds to sponsor our volunteer services.

Arizona S4NP Team Heritage Square

Cary Gherman and Mike Bryant performing a risk assessment at Heritage Square in Phoenix, AZ. The team focus on slip trip and fall hazards to prevent injuries to volunteers, employees and guests.

Arizona S4NP in action at the AZ Health and Safety Summit

Over 200 attendees and sponsors attended the annual AZ Health and Safety Summit on 4/21/2022 in Phoenix Arizona. the AZ S4NP team engaged with participants to recruit volunteers and help local nonprofits with their health and safety programs.

Howard Lefkin quotes "Just another day in the life of your typical S4NP volunteer..."

Lands’ End has created a storefront for our state programs and volunteers to order S4NP logo on clothing and merchandise.

Once a product is selected, our approved logo will be displayed asking for location placement and showing the logo on a color swatch of the product.

This link will take you to our storefront.

Note, the S4NP communication team will share discounts offered by Lands’ End when available.

Skip Pratt, Maine State Lead for S4NP spoke to the EHS attendees on the opportunity to join us on our mission of helping volunteers in the nonprofit sector.

Mike Sample, S4NP Secretary spoke to the group on our overall mission and our aspiration to have an active program in all US states. He discussed the four formed state programs in Ohio, Arizona, Colorado and Massachusetts and our acquiring of liability insurance to allow us to engage in in-field volunteer work with other nonprofits.

Nonprofit organizations, which are often heavily staffed by dedicated volunteers, share many of the same hazards as any other organization. For National Volunteer Week this week, the EHS on Tap podcast sat down with Jack Geissert, the founder and president of Safety for NonProfits (S4NP), for a chat about how he and S4NP provide a helping hand to nonprofits with pro bono health and safety services.

View the December S4NP Town Hall Zoom Meeting use access code 9W8i2C#p


S4NP Professional Safety Journal Interview December 2020

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