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Press Mentions

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“The effort, organized by the Corson Avenue Block Association and the St. George Civic Association, was part of a "Love My Block" contest orchestrated by Citizens Committee for New York City. Twelve neighborhood gardens that received small grants from CCNYC are competing, through this program, for a larger grant - several thousand dollars that could launch another North Shore community garden.”

For Residents of Staten Island's North Shore, a Day of Gardening
Staten Island Advance
May 14, 2009

“At Citizens Committee for New York City, president Peter H. Kostmayer is excited about the additional resources NYC Service is bringing to bear on the group's block-improvement program. This coming weekend, Kostmayer said, volunteers will spruce up one city block in Staten Island – and city services like sanitation, buildings and parks will be more coordinated than ever to help out. "You really have the city working hand in glove with the neighbors. I think it's more involved than anything else I've seen," said Kostmayer, who's led Citizens Committee for four years.”

In Time of Rising Need, City Says: Volunteer
City Limits
May 04, 2009

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Citizens Committee is truly a tremendous organization – they help New Yorkers come together,” Brannan said. “Their grant will help the Bay Ridge Cares Kitchen continue our mission of preparing and delivering thousands of hot meals to where they are needed most in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

More Fuel for the Fire: Bay Ridge Cares Awarded Grant
Brooklyn Spectator
November 20, 2012

There’s gold — and light, and fertilizer — in that sidewalk surprise. Citizens Committee for New York City CEO Peter Kostmayer believes that, with the proper tools, the mountain of dog poop issued daily by the city’s 1.4 million dogs can be used to light homes and to create fertilizer for city parks. That’s why CCNYC is partnering with city dog run operators and composting clubs to find more productive uses for the estimated 145,000 tons of dog waste generated in the five boroughs each year.

Group's Got Scoop on Poop
Daily News
July 30, 2012

According to a study by Deloitte & Touche LLP, 80 percent of these groups would have nowhere else to go for funding, "because they're too small and they're not part of the philanthropic mainstream," said Peter Kostmayer, chief executive officer of Citizens Committee.

Scene Last Night: Henry Cornell, Robert Reffkin, Fred Armisen
Bloomberg
February 28, 2012

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