Press Mentions

Press Mentions

Format: 2017-11-23
Format: 2017-11-23

"We want it to be considered seed money, and you're going on to doing greater things and making greater connections," says Saleen Shah, associate director of Neighborhood Resources at Citizens Committee for New York City.

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Building Blocks
Bed-Stuy Patch
July 12, 2011

"Citizens Committee for New York City is very excited to partner with the City of New York on Change by Us NYC,” Peter Kostmayer, CEO of Citizens Committee for New York City, said in a statement.

New Campaign Looks to Make City-Improving Ideas a Reality
DNAinfo
July 12, 2011

In a partnership with non-profit Citizens Committee for NYC, Change by Us will offer micro-grants of $500 – $1,000 to community groups seeking to implement ideas shared on the site. 

Digital Engagement: Change by Us NYC
Urban Omnibus
July 12, 2011

The mural was made possible by support from The After-School Corporation (TASC) and a “Love Your Block” grant from the Citizens Committee for New York City. “We were very fortunate to have a student group that was this creative,” said Salim Shaw of the Citizens Committee. 

Richmond Hill High School Gets A Mural
Leader/Observer
June 03, 2011

Last month, the nonprofit Citizens Committee for New York City awarded Love Your Block awards to five community-based groups on Staten Island, with cash grants of $1,000 each to transform and beautify forlorn public spaces.

Grass-roots Beautification Effort in Tompkinsville
Staten Island Advance
June 02, 2011

Five Resident Green Committees recently received grants from the Citizens Committee for New York City's Love Your Block program to help their efforts to green NYCHA public spaces and promote NYCHA's environmental initiatives.

Resident Green Committee Continue to Spruce Up Neighborhoods
NYCHA Journal
May 23, 2011

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Featured Press Mentions

New York City has a bad habit that is expensive and dirty and one that we can break easily and soon.

Plastic Bags – New York’s Bad Habit We Need to Break
Peter Kostmayer
Sierra Club NYC Group
September 25, 2013

A library tool shed will pop-up in Coffey Park next month, offering a “gallery of tools” to locals for construction and repair jobs. The “Red Shed” will be funded through a grant for hurricane relief from the Citizens Committee for New York City

Tool-Sharing Program to Pop-Up in Coffey Park
DNA Info
September 25, 2013
"Peter Kostmayer of CCNYC, one of the nation's oldest micro-funding organizations, said he finds strong support from communities around the city.
 
"There'll be some opposition and that's to be expected," he said.
 
 
Council Bill Aims To Keep Bags Out Of The Trash
Gotham Gazette
August 22, 2013

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