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Report to Our Community 2014-15 Review 2015-16 Update


The Carver Community

77 years of raising expectations, changing lives, and building lifetime achievers! Founded in 1938 as a neighborhood community center, named the 2013-14 “Nonprofit of the Year” by the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, Carver today is the largest provider of after-school programs for middle and high school students in Norwalk, CT. Carver’s after-school Youth Development Program (YDP) is conducted in the Carver Community Center, in Norwalk’s four middle and two high schools, and in Norwalk’s Side By Side Charter School. Programming led by certified teachers from within each participating school compliments the school day curriculum with project-based and personalized learning. Transportation is provided. Carver conducts an after-school program for K-5 students at the Carver Community Center called CASPER Club. These students follow a personalized learning path with adaptive placement and pacing in activities designed to meet the most rigorous academic standards, including Common Core State Standards. Carver also offers college scholarship funds; conducts five separate summer learning programs, reaching more than 600 low-income young people; winning basketball travel teams; international learning opportunities; parent program, health and wellness programming; spring and fall college tours; food drives; community holiday events; and much more for the benefit of the Norwalk community. .


Governance and Leadership Carver Mission: To help children and youth reach their greatest potential by providing educational, social and recreational programs in a positive, safe and fun environment. Board of Directors Diana Napier, President WorkPlace Inc.

Denise Rawles-Smith Norwalk Community College

Marie Allen, PhD Vice - President Briggs High School

Danielle Robinson, PhD Diageo

Jude Earl Alaba, Treasurer Deloitte LLC

Jack Ryan GE Capital

Valerie Watson, Secretary Patriot National Bank

Jonathan Whitcomb Diserio Martin O’Connor & Castiglion LLP

Simon Sumberg, Esq. Legal Counsel Private Legal Practice

Richard Whitcomb Headmaster Emeritus St. Luke’s School

Wendy Winnick-Baskin Atria Darien - Retired

Executive Director Novelette Peterkin

William Leopold WFL Real Estate Services, LLC

President Emeritus Charles Burns Immediate Past President Janis Curtis


Dear Mission Partners Dear Mission Partners Thanks to you, Carver is meeting the after-school, summer and community goals set forth in our 2015-2020 Strategic Plan. Our children’s dreams and economic future depend on all sectors of our society working together to offer them a positive path forward. This is the promise of the Carver model for change. Our Board of Directors; a committed mayor and superintendent of schools; city agencies; private donors; school administrators, teachers and guidance counselors; program providers; volunteers and parents comprise the Carver community. Carver is far more than the sum of its parts or a patchwork of programs. Together, we are intentionally changing lives and families for generations to come. Carver’s integrated intervention in the lives of economically disadvantaged and academically at risk students operates on the premise that assisting young people during crucial transition years (especially moving into middle school and into high school) helps students stay in school, achieve higher grades, score better on standardized tests, and prepare for college and the workplace. While our community center remains a place of joyful and purposeful activity, you can just as well visit Carver in action at one of Norwalk’s four middle and two high schools and at Side by Side Charter School. Carver is less a destination today than a vital partner in helping the Norwalk community “build lifetime achievers.” Joining our many private donors, the national 21st Century Community Learning Centers and the Connecticut State Department of Education awarded Carver several very competitive multi-year grants, further validating and advancing our work. There are presently 98 Carver students pursuing undergraduate degrees and 4 students pursuing post-graduate degrees at such schools as UCONN, Howard, NYU, Providence College, St. John’s University and New England Law. Since 2005, 100% of Carver students have completed high school on time, 95% of our students immediately go on to college, and 85% of these Carver students earn their college diplomas. Other Carver students pursue careers in professional trades and the military. Graduates look back with pride on their time at Carver. Their younger siblings look forward to Carver with hope and confidence. Our school principals and teachers value Carver. Together, we are providing youth with the support, relationships, experiences, resources, and opportunities they need to become successful and competent adults. And the students themselves make Carver better every day. Their passion, sense of humor, and their recovery from setbacks help show us all the way ahead. Sincerely, Thank you for your vital part in the Carver story. Novelette Peterkin Executive Director


After School

The Youth Development Program (YDP) operates four days a week in Norwalk’s four middle and two comprehensive high schools and in Norwalk’s regional public Side By Side Charter School, and five days a week in the Carver Community Center, at least three hours a day. Students attend YDP at the Carver Community Center from as far away as Stamford and from other Norwalk schools such as All Saints Catholic School. YDP students are recommended to Carver by their guidance counselors and teachers. All sites offer free transportation. The student-to-adult ratio is 10:1. Each day is balanced with academic, enrichment, and health and wellness programming. Led by certified teachers from within each of the participating schools, YDP includes tutoring, instruction in math and science, robotics, literacy, life skills, creative writing, standardized testing preparation, guidance counseling, and (for high school) paid internships and work opportunities. Teachers are involved in curriculum development and we ignite student interest through project-based learning, team-based learning competitions, and by incorporating input from working professionals. Carver’s method pays close attention to the bonding of teachers and students and uses after-school and summer programs to pre-bond students with teachers that they will have later in formal classroom settings. The Carver model includes these crucial strategic components: • Close partnership with Norwalk Public Schools • Academic staffing with certified teachers • Enrichment staffing with outside experts • Project-based learning opportunities built into each program • Local school-by-school curriculum flexibility • Central data collection and student-by-student analysis by Carver • Collaborative assessment and change management • Community funding model • A scalable model for district-wide impact • Cultural grounding with a 77-year history in Norwalk


After School

A data sharing agreement with Norwalk Public Schools helps us to track and organize information and to interpret and act on it. Program attendance is often considered a proxy for quality inasmuch as children “vote with their feet.” Our outside program auditors regard Carver’s 90%+ daily average attendance as being among the state’s very best. CASPER Club is our after-school program for K-5 students conducted at the Carver Community Center Monday through Friday, led by a certified teacher who works collaboratively with Norwalk Public Schools administrators and teachers to monitor student reading levels and overall performance. Lexia Reading Core5 is utilized to provide personalized learning for students of all abilities. CASPER Club promotes parental involvement and narrows the digital divide in the community. “The bottom line is that Carver programs WORK! By lending a holistic focus to all programs and attempting to educate the ‘whole’ child, Carver and Norwalk Pubic Schools are truly personalizing the learning. Each student is receiving carefully selected, computer-based interventions that are closing gaps. Two years of data clearly tells the story that the Carver students are outperforming their Norwalk Public Schools peers and rapidly approaching the District goals in math. We are hoping to now extend this growth to English Language Arts through similar programs.” Craig M. Creller, K-12 Math Instructional Specialist, Norwalk Public Schools, July 2015


Summer Learning

Carver’s Summer Enrichment Programs at the Carver Community Center and at Columbus Magnet School are among the most affordable and high-quality programs available to low-income Norwalk students ages 5 through 13 years old. Our summer literacy program, facilitated by certified teachers, uses Lexia Reading Core 5 software to provide personalized learning for students (5 to 9 years old). Each student follows a personalized learning path, with adaptive placement and pacing in activities designed to meet the most rigorous academic standards, including the Common Core State Standards. This program continues into the school year for kindergarten through 5th grade students enrolled in Carver’s school year CASPER Club program. Summer camp program partners include Girl Scouts, The Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk Grassroots Tennis and The Norwalk Seaport Association. Noteworthy also are the age appropriate field trips that reinforce learning such as to the Peabody Museum, CT Science Center, Discovery Museum, NBC Studio Tour, Stamford Nature Center, Beardsley Zoo, Bishop Orchards, New York Botanical Gardens and Maritime Aquarium. Fun outings included trips to the beach, Lake Compounce, Playland, My Three Sons, and New Roc City. Carver conducts the Freshman Summer Success Academies each summer at Brien McMahon and Norwalk High Schools for their new students transitioning into the ninth grade. Students from Norwalk’s four feeder middle schools spend five weeks during the summer meaningfully engaged in project-based activities at their new high schools led by their respective ninth grade English, Math, Science, Technology, and History teachers. Trips are all planned to reinforce learning such as to the Tenement Museum, CT Science Center, Discovery Museum and other fascinating destinations. The Wilton Family YMCA offers Carver youth swimming lessons. Carver offers an academic credit recovery summer program for students at Norwalk Pathways Academy at the Richard C. Briggs High School. Students spend half of their day with a Math, Science and English teacher and the other half in a paid internship or job.


Community

The George Washington Carver Community Center is a place for many community activities from food drives to holiday celebrations, from sports leagues to career fairs, from summer camp to adult and parent education programs, reaching thousands of people each year young and old. The primary principles that drive all of Carver’s programs are high expectations of our young people with the final goal of graduating high school on-time and college-ready; academic rigor focused on project-based learning and individualized learning; building healthy relationships; student voice and taking responsibility; building community through defined structures of cooperative decision-making; and a youth development approach to instruction that recognizes individual strengths, needs, and learning styles.


Volunteers

When the Great Hurricane of 1938 made landfall the Carver community came together for the first time to help, and that spirit remains alive and well today. Groups and individual volunteers are integrated throughout Carver’s three intense areas of programming: after school, summer and community. Carver receives great support from individuals and groups of volunteers for community events such as Career Fairs, talent contests, student and family awards ceremonies, holiday celebrations, and food drives. Carver’s summer and holiday programs draw many more volunteers. The Fairfield County Sports Commission established its Chelsea Cohen Fitness Academy at the Carver Community Center involving many volunteers. Corporate teams, private schools and others such as GE, Deloitte, St. Luke’s School in New Canaan and Noroton Presbyterian Church produce events for our youth and undertake extensive renovation and cleanup projects.


Child of America Gala

Gala Co-Chairs Mollie and Chris Boyle and Wendy and Richard Baskin, and the Gala Committee organized a wonderfully successful annual gala at Wee Burn Country Club in Darien! Our 2015 Child of America honoree was Dr. Marlen Bodden, a celebrated lawyer at the Legal Aid Society in New York City, the nation’s largest and oldest legal services organization. Dr. Bodden is also the much acclaimed author of The Wedding Gift, which is informed by her deep knowledge of modern and historical slavery, human trafficking, and human rights abuses. Our students and their families, staff and volunteers also joined us in welcoming guests to our annual celebration of “building lifetime achievers!” We began the evening with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and good fellowship on the picturesque Wee Burn Country Club veranda. We enjoyed a wine tasting, a “Wine Pull” and the silent auction. A fabulous live auction and dinner followed and then fun and fellowship until 11PM! Friday, May 20, 2016 - mark your calendar for the 15th annual Child of America celebration!


Annual Golf Classic

The 2nd Annual Golf Classic committee, Michael Gregorich, Brent Haney, Carol Howe, Janine & Michael Smith, Jon Whitcomb and Richard Whitcomb, created a perfect day for one and all. The golf outing began with a fabulous lunch on the veranda at the historic Country Club of Fairfield. Then our 25 foursomes competed for the joy of the sport, for all manner of prizes, and for the benefit of Carver kids. The golf outing concluded with more contests and then dinner and a silent auction offering chances to play at eight destination golf courses and country clubs.


Alumni, Friends & Connections

Imagine being invited to a dinner with our namesake, George Washington Carver, botanist, inventor, professor, and advisor to American presidents and business leaders of his day. Participating in a stimulating conversation with guests that he invited because he found them intriguing and interested in similar things as others at the table. That’s what our Connections Parties are all about. We gather to connect people and foment discussions about how to advance the Carver mission. As a result of these dinners, vibrant networks and passionate partners help Carver students succeed. Informed and heartfelt financial contributions follow to meet the opportunities discovered and discussed. Erin and Sean Berry hosted our 12th (and oldest) annual Rowayton Connections party at their home with cocktails and dinner generously provided by Atria Darien and Fountainhead Wines of Norwalk. A Westport Connections party was generously hosted by Beth and David Atlas in their spacious and beautiful home. We also welcome individuals, associations, companies and others to create special events that benefit Carver, such as the June 2015 golf outing organized by the Fairfield County Bar Foundation. Carver alumni across our seven decades and across the country keep the many conversations going as well. Look to the Carver website for regular updates from our alumni young and old(er)!


Financial Review

2014-2015 Financial Accountability Audited Financials for year ending June 30, 2015 Total Assets: 729,805 Total Revenue: 3,040,389

In-Kind Corporations Individual Special Events Government Foundations

Current Liabilities: 267,446 Total Expenses: 2,884,698 Net Assets: 462,359

Community Fundraising Administrative Summer Afterschool


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

GUARDIAN ANGELS $20,000 TO $99,999

SPONSORS $10,000 TO $19,999

Anonymous

21st Century Fox America

BeFoundation

Richard and Wendy Winnick Baskin

The Community Fund of Darien

Richard and Alexandra Baudouin

Edward S. Moore Family Foundation

Allen S. Church

Fairfield County Community Foundation

James G. Fitzpatrick

GE Capital Corporation

Goldman, Sachs, & Co.

GE Real Estate

Healthcor Foundation Trust

Horizon Foundation, Inc.

Inner-City Foundation for Charity and Education

New Canaan Community Foundation

Near & Far Aid Association

The Nielsen Company

Norwalk Redevelopment Agency

Norwalk Children's Foundation

Pepperidge Farm

Per and Astrid Heidenreich Family Foundation

Serving All Vessels Equally

CARVER STARS $100,000 AND UP

Ring's End

Suzanne and Baker Vail Small

City of Norwalk

The Serenbetz Family Foundation

Michael and Janine Smith

Connecticut State Department of Education

United Way of Coastal Fairfield County

Jonathan and Rachel Whitcomb

Dalio Foundation

Laurence Weiss

The WRG Foundation

GE Capital, Americas

Xerox Foundation

The Grossman Family Foundation

GUARDIANS $5,000 TO $9,999

Norwalk Public Schools

Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Richard and Barbara Whitcomb Foundation


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Beiersdorf

David and Barbara Bell

Christopher and Mollie Boyle

Belvedere Foundation

Daphne Seybolt Culpeper Foundation

Caryn Bienstock

Diageo

Richard and Jean Bollman

First Congregational Church of Darien

Charles and Elizabeth Burns

First County Bank Foundation

Douglas and Sandra Campbell

Richard P. Gabriel

James Carey

Peter and Barbara Godfrey

Shelle Cleveland

The Goodnow Fund

Bill and Barbara Cox

Michael and Karen Gregorich

St. Matthew's Parish

Deloitte & Touche

Heidmar Group

Stone Point Capital

Jim and Elisabeth Ely

Jack and Trish Ryan Family Foundation

Pieter and Yvette Van Dijk

FactSet Research Systems

KPMG

Wilmot Wheeler Foundation

Ruth Freeman Friedman Family Foundation

Lone Pine Foundation Newman's Own Foundation

MENTORS $1,000 TO $4,999

Ken Germann

JoAnn Panella

Jonathan and Rachel Albert

William Gutowitz

William and Mary Pressley

Alex G. Nason Foundation

Brent and Christine Haney

Vincent and Maryann Procaccini

David and Beth Atlas

Robert and Carol Haskell

Timothy and Marlen Rogers

Brian and Jessica Bailey

Michael Hayes

Robert and Sarah Seelert

Bank of America -Merrill Lynch

James and Judy Hendrickson

Bankwell Financial Group


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

IBM Corporation

Kenneth and Dina Siegel

IBM Employee Services Center

Thomas and Marla Sinchak

John Igneri

Spinnaker Real Estate

Alan and Marsha Ingber

St. Luke's Foundation

J.P. Morgan Charitable Giving Fund

Robert Patrick and Margaret Steele

Aris and Patty Kekedjian

Stolt Nielsen USA

Jason Kelley

Latifa Taylor

King Industries

The Honorable Terrie Wood

Robert and Janis Knorr

The Justice Education Center

Andrew Knuth

The New York Community Trust

Gregory D. Lee

William and Barbara Murphy

Total Renal Care

William and Kristen Leopold

Thomas and Janet O'Connor

UBS Community Affairs

Blandine Lewine

Patriot National Ban

United Church of Rowayton

Dorothea Lyas

Pauline E. Fitzpatrick, Trust

Van Dyk Baler Corp.

Alice Mahoney

Person to Person

Jeff and Mary Ellen Walsh

The Maurice Goodman Foundation

Steve and Janine Pickhardt

Steve and Sandy Ward

Brian and Kathryn McCormick

R. C. Bigelow

Westport Rotary Club Foundation

Ken and Elena McCoy

Jerry and Bev Ragovoy

Westport Young Woman's League

Morgan Stanley & Co.

Nancy Romberg

Whitcomb-Haney College Placement Plus

Molly Moseley

John and Shona Seifert

Brett Whitton


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Joseph and Patricia Cappalonga Community Health Systems Paul and Katherine Curtin Kevin and Jennifer DaSilva Robert and Tracey Duff Robert and Ann Eydt Fairfield County Sports Commission Robert and Georgia Farinholt Fox Hill Builders Roger and Mi-Sun Freeman GE United Way Joseph and Shannon Giandurco Paul and Helene Bartilucci

John and Ingrid Hess

Sturgis and Carolyn Woodberry

Ariana Baudouin

Margaret Honey

Alexander and Karen Zaharoff

David and Diane Boston

Edward and Linda Hortick

John and Joan de Regt

Scott and Gretchen Brooks, III

Ireland-U.S. Council

COACHES $500 TO $999

Jeffrey and Jessica Buda

Stephan Kiratsous

Debo Adegbile

Calvary Baptist Church

Robert and Suzanne Koroshetz

Jennifer Alexander

Dave Campbell

Brian and Alexandra Kreiter

Keith and Virginia Bachman

Robert and Mary Campbell

Kenneth and Heidi Lafreniere


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Michael and Lindsay Lawton

Anthony and Victoria Woodruff

Thomas and Wendell Livingston

Johathan and Marnie Zaffino

MBI

Richard and Beth Zucker

Kevin and Susan Perman Pitney Bowes Employees

FRIENDS

R. T. Vanderbilt Holding Company

AT&T United Way

William and Elizabeth Reiss

Harriet Abel

Kenneth Ritt

Patricia B. Adams

Richard and Antoinette Bain

Grace Robinson

James and Terri-Ann Adrian

Bernadette Baker

Rook and Roll

Janet Aley

Robert and Martha Baker

Everett and Sally Schenk

Marie Allen

Lisa C. Baldwin

St. Luke's School

Oliver and Gail Althoff

Thomas and Elizabeth Ball

Harlan and Susan Stone

Thomas and Lynn Anderson

Karry and Bernice Ballard

Chris and Catherine Stroup

William and Margaret Anderson

Bank of America United Way

Simon Sumberg

Anonymous

Mike Barbis

Drs. Norman and Susan Weinberger

Jane C. Antil

Ken and Kristy Barclay

Edward and Melissa Williams

Brian and Ellen Arsenault

Anne and Eric Baurmeister

Alan and Ruth Winnick

Eran and Jane Ashany

Patrick and Julie Begos

David and Deborah Winnick

Association of Fundraising Professionals

Brant and Jamie Behr

Jay and Terry Wood

Michael and Linda Avgerinos

Sonia D. Bell


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Adam and Allison Benenson

Justin and Megan Burley

J. Russell and Deborah Chapman

George and Patricia Benington

Joan Byrne

William and Nicole Charney

Geoffrey and Dana Beringer

Reid and Sue Campbell

Tom Chiappetta

Yves and Christine Berliet

Gerald Carlin

Junius R. Clark, III

Robert Biehler

William and Shirley Carlos

Rose Cohen

James and Jodie Bishop

Charles and Susan Carroll

Kevin and Janet Cramer

Jane Bock

Steve and Allison Cary

Laura Cramer

Constance Boll

Raymond Cashen

Renita Crawford

Jay and Tina Boll

Debra Castelluccio

Samuel Harris Crawford

Cheryl A. Bonomo

Lindsay and Janis Curtis

Hope Boone

Andy and Carmen D'Alessio

Ethel Boykin

Anthony Daddino

Steven Brabham

Timothy Dagit

Arline Bradley

Eric Dalrymple

Richard and Martha Bradt

Reverend Albert and Robin A. Dancy

Sandy Bria

Pamela Davis

Lisa Brinton

Stephen De Lange

Laurine Browder

Karen DeSantis

Timothy and Jennifer Buckman

Janine Deering

Lynne Burgess

Holly D. Delany-Cole


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Deutsche Bank Matching Gift Program

John and Danielle Fujioka

John and Stephanie Devita

Carolyn Fuller

Daniel and Robyn DiBlasio

Charlene Fuller

Michael and Amy Diamond

Jeff Fuller

Ronald and Carolyn Dominici

Lloyd Fuller

Doug Dooley

Richard Fuller, Jr.

Thomas and Elizabeth Doughty

Terry and Elaine Fuller

Daniel and Susan Drake

Kimberly Gaddy

Charles and Emily Dreas, III

Elizabeth V. Gibbs

Sean and Alexandra Duffy

William and Marilyn Gibney Roger and Marty Gilbert

Harrison and Lisa Dunne Laure E. Dunne

Linda Fergus

John Gill

Deborah D. Edwards

James Fieber

Shirley Gilliams

Jean Ely

Michael and Jenny Field

Mary Gimpel

Elizabeth English

Brian and Susanna Filanowski

Joshua Goldfein

Sandra Ennor

Rebecca Fitzpatrick

Ken Goldman

Mark and Ninette Enrique

Kathleen Flaherty

James and Debra Goll

Joann Esposito

Fred and Betsy Afragola Frame Advisors

Good Sports Solutions

Bebz Eydt

William and Ruth Freeman

Emily and Robert Grabowski

Donald and Geraldine Fager

Michael and Valerie Frost

Grace Baptist Church


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Nelson and Beth Griggs

Willie and Sarah Herring

Barchwell and Maryann Jones

Dr. Saloma B. Grose

James and Alvia Hilliard

Arne and Helen de Keijzer

Jon and Lisa Haas

Charles Hinnant

John Keller

Charles and Julia Hoffman, III

Hugh and Vasso Kelly

Bob and Cynthia Hogan

Dick and Beverly Kelsey

Michael and Claudine Holmes

Keogh, Burkhart & Vetter

Richard and Heather Hopkins

Ian and Tracy King

Glenn and Melinda Houck

William and Sarah Klein

David and Sara Hunt

Timothy and Jessica Knowles

John and Anda Hutchins

Neal and Catherine Konstantin

Saul and Elissa Hyatt

Charles and Jill Koons

Jeffrey and Debra Hyman

George and Karen Korner

Integrated Marketing Service

Mark and Victoria Kramer

Lisa Ives

Beatrice Krawiecki

Charles Halasz

David B. Jackson

Kenneth and Deborah Lang

Deborah Hanton

Max and Suzie Jellinek

Jennifer Langdon

Brian P. and Erin Hebb

Amy Jimenez

Robert and Leslie Lawrence

John and Nidy Hendrickson

Debbie-Bell Johnson

Gary and Katherine Leeds

H. Frazier and Victoria Herbert

Donald and Diane Johnson

Susan Lenci

Jesse Hermann

Seth and Lisa Johnson

Alice Levin


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Marlene Loper

Greg and Cecilia McCall

New England Insurance Services

Taryn Luciani

Edward and Kerry McFarlin

Robert C. Newman

Valerie E. Lyons

Clifton McKnight, Sr.

Frank Newsome

Walter and Lynn Maginnis

Peter McLean

Shirley Nichols

Sharon Maigm

Lawson and Amy McWhorter

Bill and Julie Nightingale

Andrew and Susan Mais

Dennis and Nancy Meany

Norwalk Mall Management-GGPLP Real Estate

David and Elizabeth Mettler

Sean and Bernadette O'Sullivan

Andrew and Martha Meyerson

Suzanne Okie

Jeffrey and Susanne Miller

John and Courtney Oldrin

Douglas and Allison Milne

John and Helen Ong

Kevin and JoAnne Morley

Philip Oppenheimer

Gabe and Jennifer Morrow

Herman and Anita Osborne

Matt and Kate Motley

Liza Paglialunga

Carol Mueller

Jeannette Pascarelli

Willie Mullins

Michael Pedraja

Peter Mundheim

Christine Penberthy

Richard and D. L. Munger

Brenda Penn-Williams

Gerard and Angela Murray

Robert and Meghan Pennington

Rosa Murray

Doug Peoples

Norbert and E. Diana Napier

Robin Peoples

New Canaan High School Activity Fund

Polly Perkins-Johnson

Arden and Marla Majewski Melissa Maniscalco Matthew and Jennifer Manley Mark and Lexie Maruszewski John David and Julia Massenill


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Alysia Rogers Brent and Jennifer Rosenthal Ivan Ross Rotary Club of Darien Rowayton Fire Department Russ Jones Robert M. Sachs Albert Sackey Suzanne Salomon Mark and Jody Sattler Anita Schmidt Diane Peters

Manuel and Nadine Schultz

Steve and Laura Petricone

Alisha PriceJody Pul

James and Melissa Petropoulos

Ann Purcell

Elizabeth Piasecki

Pauline Randall

Fred and Renee Pierre-Louis

Lewis Rawles

Thomas and Ann Piper, III

Denise Rawles-SmithPatricia Redway

Walter N. Plaut

John Reynolds

Argery and Peter Poulos

James and Margaret Riley

Stephen and Linda Prentiss

Harry Rilling

Jessica Preston

J. Brooks and Sarah Ritchey

Frederick Schweizer John and Kathleen Seiden Catherine J. Seton Julie Signore Arthur Simmons Elliott and Marguerite Sisson Roger and Marcia Smith J. Alexander and Katherine Sparkman


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Kyle and Christina Vahle Gigiann Van Dyke Richard and Joanne Van Steen Catherine Vaughn James and Alison Von Klemperer Steve and Susan Wallerstein Kevin and Kathy Walsh Valerie Watson Denelle Waynick Dustin Webber Johnnie Mae Weldon Palmer and Julia Sparkman, Jr.

Molly Swanberg

Charles and Camille Spaulding

T.A.N.G.O.

St. Matthews Episcopal

The Brennan Family Fund

Joseph and Marilou Stadler

Marc and Barbara Thorne

Thomas and Susan Stanford

Frank and Joanna Toscano

George Steinberg

Charmaine Tourse

Russell and Tracey Stidolph

George and Diana Tsimoyianis

Irwin Stillman

Dale and Kathleen Tubbs

Robert and Gail Storm

United Way of Central & Northeastern CT

Mark and Ronelle Swagerty

Utay Family Foundation

Wells Fargo United Way Tim and Margot West Carl and Barbara Westhelle Mary-Ann Weston Terry Wettergreen Rev. Dr. Joseph F. Whalen, Jr. White Mountains Capital James and Joan Whitehead Robert and Elizabeth Gay Whitney


Our Mission Partners July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015

Tonya Williams-Peterson Randal and Lois Willie Paul and Carla Wolters Walter and Alicia Wood Darlene Wrentz Carol Wrigley Kathy Wynn Allen Yale Nathaniel and Mary Yordon Eric and Claudia Zelle


The Carver Foundation of Norwalk, Inc. 7 Academy Street Norwalk, CT 06850 203-838-4305 www.carvercenterct.org


2014-2015 Carver Foundation of Norwalk Annual Report