CGR’s feasibility study on mobile summer meals in the City of Rochester was presented to the Summer Meals Partnership of Rochester in late April, 2016 and the Partnership was so enthused by the findings that they immediately began planning a pilot mobile meals program for summer 2016. We moved from the study’s release on April 28th to implementation of the pilot on June 26th. The quick turnaround time is a testament to CGR’s data-rich and catalyzing study, as well as to the commitment, flexibility, and innovative thinking of our community partners.
Mairéad Hartmann, Program Officer
Rochester Area Community Foundation,
CGR conducted a fiscal and operational analysis that exceeded all previous studies and set a new standard for future studies.
Marc Pfeiffer, Deputy Director (Ret.),
Division of Local Government Services,
State of New Jersey Department of
On time, on budget, very professional. It's what every client hopes for. That's CGR.
Jack Benjamin, President,
Three Rivers Development Corporation
CGR is extremely thorough, thoughtful and professional. They add value to our work. We consider them important partners.
Linda Landsman, Vice President (Ret.),
Scenario: Gulf Coast Community Foundation seeks to replace a paper-based, periodic community assessment with an up-to-date source for regional data and information.
The Gulf Coast Community Indicators website encompasses:
A news archive is capturing and cataloging indicator-related articles, adding to users' understanding of trends and issues affecting the region.