The Bini Fund was founded in honor of Firefighter Carl V. Bini, who was tragically lost on 9/11. Our mission is to continue Carl’s lifelong belief in helping others by providing assistance to those in need within our community.
The BINI Fund supports the community through scholarships, emergency grants and special needs assistance. The Fund is uniquely positioned to adapt to the changing needs of communities, especially in times of crisis.
The Bini Fund Has Launched A Campaign To Combat The Drug Epidemic Facing Our Borough. Carl’s House Is A Community Resource Which Will Help Bridge The Gap Between Addiction & Recovery.
ABOUT CARL VINCENT BINI
An 18 year veteran New York City Firefighter assigned to Rescue 5 in Staten Island, who lost his life on September 11th, 2001. The Carl V. Bini Memorial Fund was created in Carl’s memory to honor him and to continue his lifelong belief of helping others.
HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR WORK WITHIN THE COMMUNITY
Hurricane Sandy devastated the borough of Staten Island. During this time of crises The Bini Fund was able to provide not only food and supplies, but also funneled more than $2.2 million back into the community to help those in need.
The Bini Fund is proud to have sponsored a burn unit at Staten Island University Hospital to provide aid to those who need assistance both now and in the future.
Bini Basketball League
When Nike stopped funding a youth basketball league on Staten Island, The Bini Fund stepped in and has continued the league which serves over 400 children and teens each summer.
The Bini Fund allocated more than $35,000 to renovate the cafeteria at P.S. 37 on Staten Island which educates handicapped and disabled children.
You Can Make A Difference!
Help us continue to help those in need within our community by donating today!
PRESS HIGHLIGHTS WE ARE PROUD OF
Bini Fund Is Spearheading Relief Efforts on Staten Island.FOX 5 News
Bini Fund Steps in When Nike Steps Out to Fund Basketball League.New York 1 News
Bini Fund is Number 1 Out of 9 Ways That 9/11 Inadvertently Sparked Good in the World.Huffington Post
June 17th Named Carl Vincent Bini Day by Local Elected Officials.Staten Island Advance