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Carl F. Mattone’s Philanthropy
Our president and CEO, Carl F. Mattone, is not just a developer of real estate, but also a developer of communities and the philanthropic organizations he champions. He is an ardent believer in giving back to the world and has contributed to a wide variety of causes. For many years, Carl served on the Board of Directors of the Queens County Builders Association. An alumnus of and and Committee chair of planned facilities for Holy Cross High School, he has also served on the school’s Board of Directors and received the “President’s Leadership Society Award.” He proudly sponsors the Holy Cross’s Capital Plan and Irene Mattone Scholarship, which he also founded.
In 2010, the Queens Courier honored Carl at the annual “Kings of Queens” award, which recognizes the top men and women in business. In 2012, Hon. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo appointed Carl a Battery Park City Authority Board Member. In 2013, the Jefferson Democratic Club of Northeast Queens honored him as “Business Leader of the Year,” and The New York Grand Lodge Foundation and Order of Sons of Italy in America honored Carl for his civic and philanthropic endeavors.
As Carl currently serves as the chairperson of the Little Neck Douglaston Memorial Day Parade, and a board member of the Queens Chamber of Commerce, he continues to shape communities and futures from within and outside CFM Development.
The various organizations and initiatives that CFM support include:
- Queens County Builders Association
- Queens Chamber of Commerce
- Holy Cross High School
- Queens Library Foundation
- Futures in Education Foundation
- Italian Charities of America
- Order of Sons of Italy
- Don Monti Memorial Research Foundation
- Queens Museum of Art
- Reading is Fundamental Program at PS 129 in College Point
- Boys Scouts of America
- Dwarf Giraffe Athletic League
- Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem
- Little Neck-Douglaston Memorial Day Parade
- Little Neck-Douglaston Community Ambulance Corps
- Lions Club
- National Academy of Junior Tennis Youth & Development
- Providence House
- Telecare Diocese of Rockville Centre
- Woodside on the Move
- American Cancer Society