Greiner-Maltz Enhances "Click for Charity" Program

Long Island City, NY, March 23, 2006 - Greiner-Maltz is proud to announce that SHAREing & CAREing has joined the list of distinguished charities appearing in the "Click for Charity" section of their Website, Other charities already on the list include: THE NEW YORK TIMES Neediest Cases Fund, City Harvest, and Queens Child Guidance Center.

WWW.GREINERMALTZ.COM is visited by thousands of bankers, appraisers, lawyers, and corporate executives over the course of the year. With each click on the Greiner-Maltz "Click for Charity" symbol, the visitor elects to have Greiner-Maltz contribute money, with 100% of the proceeds going to the selected charities.

"Organizations like SHAREing & CAREing depend on the corporate support of the neighborhoods we serve and we are very grateful that our business community gives back to the community we serve in. In this situation Greiner-Maltz not only gives back, but they enable SHAREing & CAREing to save lives of the people without health insurance" says Anna Kril, President of SHAREing & CAREing.

The "Click for Charity" program provides donations to a representative group of local charitable organizations. "With continued dedication to the "Click for Charity" program, Greiner-Maltz is increasing our commitment to join together the continuing success of our company with charitable giving to the community", says John Maltz, SIOR, President of Greiner-Maltz.

SHAREing & CAREing
Is the only community nonprofit organization providing grassroots support services to breast and ovarian cancer patients and their families through counseling, educational forums and advocacy services in Queens, and throughout New York City, focusing on all women's health issues, and providing health symposiums to educate and to take preventive actions for their well-being. In 2005, over 7,500 people were served by SHAREing & CAREing. Additional activities provided by SHAREing & CAREing include: individual advocacy, referrals, essential services, support groups, educational forums, stress reduction workshops, and pharmaceutical assistance. Languages spoken by counselors include: English, Spanish, Greek, Ukrainian, and Italian. For information on SHAREing & CAREing please contact Anna Kril, President at 718-777-8713 or via email at

Each year, The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund collects contributions from the public by publishing stories about people living in despair in New York. The active campaign begins in early November and runs for 90 days; however, contributions are always welcome. Since The New York Times pays all Fund expenses, 100% of the contributions go directly to the following social service agencies: The Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens, The Children's Aid Society, Community Service Society of New York, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc., UJA - Federation of New York.

Founded in 1981, City Harvest is the world's largest and oldest food rescue program. Each day, City Harvest picks up nearly 45,000 pounds of food that would otherwise go to waste from restaurants, farms, grocers, bakeries, and other sources and delivers it to community food organizations serving needy New Yorkers. Its fleet of 14 refrigerated trucks is on the road day and night, helping to feed nearly 200,000 hungry men, women, and children each week.

Established 50 years ago to promote the emotional well-being of children and their families, the Queens Child Guidance Center offers a wide range of services and practical supports. By offering community-based after-school programs, tutoring, day care and therapy to children and their families, the center helps children cope with challenges such as child abuse, profound sadness and thoughts of suicide, school and behavior problems, foster care placement and immigration difficulties. In 2002, the Queens Child Guidance Center assisted 8,000 children and their families.

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About Greiner-Maltz
Since 1953 Greiner-Maltz has been engaged exclusively in the leasing, selling, appraising and managing of industrial, commercial, and investment property in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, New Jersey, Westchester, and Connecticut. The firms five offices are actively managed by Principals: John Maltz and Sharone Levy in Brooklyn and Queens; Swain Weiner, metro area investments; Tom Attivissimo in Long Island, Raymond Musalo in New Jersey, and Ayall Schanzer in Westchester.