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The Carver Community 78 years of building lifetime achievers!
In a world where talent is evenly distributed but opportunity is not, Carver is closing the gap. Carver is the largest provider of after-school programs for middle and high school students in Norwalk. Carver’s college-prep Youth Development Program is conducted in the Carver Community Center, in Norwalk’s four middle and two comprehensive high schools, and in Side by Side Charter School. Programming led by certified teachers within each participating school compliments the school day curriculum with project-based and personalized learning. We provide free transportation. Carver conducts a K-5 after school program at the Carver Community Center called CASPER. These students also follow a personalized learning path with placement and pacing in activities designed to meet their individual needs while meeting the most rigorous academic standards. Certified NPS teachers facilitate literacy and math intervention programs. Carver summer learning programs include Summer Enrichment (5- to 13-year-old students at two sites); Freshman Summer Success Academies for graduated 8thgrade students transitioning into 9th grade at Norwalk and Brien McMahon High Schools; and summer learning experience for 5th-grade students transitioning into middle school. Carver Community programming includes college scholarships, winning basketball teams, international learning opportunities, parent leadership, health and wellness programming, spring and fall college tours, food drives, community holiday events and more for the benefit of Carver students and the Norwalk community. Since 2005, 100 percent of Carver’s seniors have graduated on time and nearly 100% of our graduates go on to college. After 78 years, Carver is still raising expectations, changing lives, and Building Lifetime Achievers!
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Governance and Leadership
2015-2016 Governance and Leadership Diana Napier, President WorkPlace Inc.
Marie Allen, PhD Principal Norwalk Pathways Academy Jude Earl Alaba, Treasurer Deloitte LLC Valerie Watson, Secretary Patriot National Bank Jonathan Whitcomb, Esq. Legal Counsel Diserio Martin O’Connor & Castiglioni LLP Isabel Cruz GE Craig Glover Norwalk Community Health Center Leah Glover Fundraising Consultant
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. William Leopold WFL Real Estate Services, LLC Denise Rawles-Smith Norwalk Community College Danielle Robinson, PhD Diageo Jack Ryan GE Capital Richard Whitcomb Headmaster Emeritus St. Luke’s School Wendy Winnick-Baskin Atria Darien - Retired Executive Director Novelette Peterkin President Emeritus Charles Burns Immediate Past President Janis Curtis
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Dear Mission Partners
Dear Mission Partners, Our students are greatly benefiting from your continued support this year! Last year, our Youth Development Program served 670 students, and individualized intervention programs served an additional 60 students. This year, our goal is to serve 690 YDP students and an additional 120 students with personalized intervention programs. Our donors, partners, and advocates are sustaining and creating these opportunities for our young people. A Norwalk family is establishing a new scholarship fund at Carver this year that will award one student per year a $40,000 scholarship, to be paid in increments of $10,000 a year over the student’s four years of undergraduate college studies. This new fund will eventually grow to support four students at a time with $40,000 four-year commitments. A Carver alumna, Jasmine Brown, is championing this year’s alumni campaign for college scholarships. Surviving an extremely disadvantaged childhood, Jasmine graduated from Virginia State University, Cum Laude in 2013. She now works for a nearby social service agency while attending Sacred Heart University, where she is working towards her Teacher Certification and Masters of Arts in Elementary Education. Her plan is to teach in an inner-city elementary school for three years to gain classroom experience, and then pursue a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership. Carver’s significant growth in these past years is the result of proving the integrity and results of our youth development methodologies, and because of the generous commitment friends like you make to our young people. Their hard work and consistent achievement are well worth your investment of time and resources. Your involvement produces priceless benefits to individual Carver students and our community for generations to come. Sincerely, Novelette Peterkin Executive Director
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Carver is the largest provider of after-school programs for middle and high school students in Norwalk. Carver’s college-prep Youth Development Program (YDP) is conducted at the Carver Community Center, in Norwalk’s four middle and two comprehensive high schools, and in Side by Side Charter School. Programming led by certified teachers within each participating school compliments the school day curriculum with project-based and personalized learning. YDP provides academic, Literacy, Math, Technology, Engineering, Science, enrichment, recreation and wellness programming through structured activities that prove year after year to achieve significant results.
Carver offers student families literacy and related educational opportunities and support. YDP provides students (a minimum of 4 days per week, 2.5 hours per day, not including field trips, college tours, career fairs, etc.) with a variety of learning opportunities that compliment and enrich, but do not duplicate, school-day instruction, utilizing the Scientific Research-Based Interventions (SRBI) three-tier learning framework.
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The Carver YDP model includes a close partnership with Norwalk Public Schools; certified teachers; outside experts; project-based learning; local school-by-school curriculum flexibility; central data collection and student-by-student analysis by Carver; collaborative assessment and change management; community funding; a scalable model for district-wide impact; and a cultural grounding with 78-years of history in Norwalk. YDP offers opportunities not available during the school day and collaborates regularly with school-day teachers to assess individual student needs. YDP incorporates comprehensive use of each school site. Each day is balanced with academic, enrichment, and health and wellness programming. Tutoring, instruction in math and science, robotics, literacy, life skills, creative writing, PSAT Preparation, intense SAT preparation, guidance counseling, and (for high school) paid internships and work opportunities are some of the opportunities YDP offers. We ignite student interest through project-based learning, team-based learning competitions, and by incorporating input from working professionals.
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Our five summer learning programs served 646 students this past summer in grades K through 9th grade. Programs ranged from summer academic and enrichment programs for K through 13-yearold kids, to intensive summer transition programs for students entering middle and high school. Students, parents and supporting foundation executives alike gave us positive feedback. The Department of Health gave Carver a perfect score following their unannounced examination of the Carver Center and Columbus Magnet School sites, finding Carver in full compliance with a book of hundreds of pages of regulations. Many sophisticated studies have concluded that students lose at least a month of learning every summer, with the fall-off of math knowledge and spelling skills being particularly pronounced. The results are worse for children in lower socio-economic groups. In learning, as in other spheres, the poor lose the most. But not Carver kids! Their summer was one to remember and one that informs each day in the classroom in the 20162017 academic year.
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The George Washington Carver Community Center is a place for many community activities and services from food drives to holiday and awards celebrations, from sports leagues to career fairs, from after school programs and summer camp to adult education programs, reaching thousands of people each year young and old. Last December, Mayor Harry Rilling; Senator Bob Duff; Representatives Gail Lavielle and Fred Wilms; Common Council members John Igneri and Eloisa Melendez; Sandy Bria, GE Capital; Norwalk Public Schools administrators; Carver board members; and many others gathered at Carver to announce the gift that would establish a new technology center on the second floor of the Carver Community Center. The late Charlotte Naomi Horblit bequeathed nearly $500,000 to Carver. Mrs. Horblit’s nephew, Mark D. Feinberg, was given the privilege of naming Carver as one of seven charitable beneficiaries of Mrs. Horblit’s estate. Carver’s new technology center will offer resources to help bridge the digital divide resulting in a more educated community, more able workforce, and a better-connected community.
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Carver engages more than 500 volunteers throughout the year. Carver volunteers are integrated throughout the Norwalk community and schools as they contribute to Carver’s three intense areas of after-school, summer and community programs. These tutors, mentors, homework helpers, career counselors, and other skill-specific project leaders offer their support, feedback and praise. The community center utilizes individual and groups of volunteers for community events such as Career Fairs, talent contests, student and family awards ceremonies, holiday celebrations, food drives, etc. Corporate teams produce daylong events for our youth and undertake extensive renovation and cleanup projects. Carver dedicates one staff person to volunteer management.
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Child of America Gala
Gala Co-Chairs, Wendy Winnick-Baskin and Leah Glover, and the Gala Committee organized a wonderfully successful gala for some 300 guests at the Wee Burn Country Club in Darien on Friday, May 20th, 2016. In addition to a fun dinner and auction, each year Carver honors exceptional role models for our youth who through their thought, word and deeds inspire us all. Charles Burns was our 2016 Child of America Honoree. Charles is President Emeritus of Carver’s Board of Directors. His commitment to the Carver mission began in 1975. He served as President of the Carver Board of Directors on two occasions. Charles and longtime Carver friend Barbara Cox initiated Carver’s first Child of America Award Dinner fifteen years ago. Charles and his wife Elizabeth chaired the 8th Child of America Gala. Past Child of America Award recipients include Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Roger Wilkins; Geoffrey Canada, former President and CEO of the Harlem Children’s Zone; Cynthia Thompson, National Chair of The Girl Scouts Of America; James Comer, the Maurice Faulk Professor of Child Psychiatry at Yale; Helene Gayle, CEO of CARE; The Reverend Dr. James A. Forbes, the Senior Minister Emeritus of The Riverside Church in New York City; Debo P. Adegbile, then the Director of Litigation, NAACP LDF; Dr. Marlen Bodden, Legal Aid Society and author; Morris “Mo” Pleasure, American composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist; and Richard Whitcomb, President Emeritus of St. Luke’s School. This years Child of America gala will be held on Friday, April 28, 2017.
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Annual Golf Classic
The Third Annual Carver Golf Outing at the Country Club of Fairfield was held on Thursday, September 29, 2016. Event co-chairs Michael Gregorich, Carol Howe, Janine & Michael Smith, Jonathan Whitcomb and Richard Whitcomb created a perfect day for one and all. The day of golf began on the putting & driving range and a grill lunch and concluded with a cocktail reception, prizes, silent auction, and dinner. This is a special time of fellowship and sport for the benefit of Carver’s young people, a time that honors our students’ effort and achievement.
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Connections, Friends & Alumni
Connections! These house parties are a valuable time for friends to gather in their communities to learn about and celebrate Carver’s mission and accomplishments. Drs. Susan and Norman Weinberger led Norwalk Connections at the home of Michael Mushak and David Westmoreland. A large committee of longtime Carver friends led the 13th annual Rowayton Connections, this past year hosted by Rick Kleeman. We are deeply grateful to the Connections committee members and hosts for their generosity and thoughtfulness in opening their lovely homes and inviting their neighbors to learn about and support Carver youth. Carver alumni across nearly eight decades and across the country keep the connections, conversations and traditions going as well. Carver alumna, Jasmine Brown, is championing this year’s alumni campaign for college scholarships. There are also many other alumni volunteering and advocating for Carver youth. Look to the Carver website for regular updates on what our community is doing for the advancement of Carver and the young people we serve.
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Audited Financials for year ending June 30, 2016 Total Assets: $1,205,972
Total Revenue: $3,626,533
Current Liabilities: $356,365 Total Expenses: $3,239,285 Net Assets: $849,607
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Our Mission Partners
Carver Stars: $100,000+ Dalio Foundation CT State Department of Education City of Norwalk GE Capital Corporation The Grossman Family Foundation Mark Feinberg Norwalk Redevelopment Agency-CDBG Guardian Angels: $20,000 - $99,000 Anonymous Donor BeFoundation Bruce and Sharon Bottomley Community Fund of Darien Fairﬁeld County’s Community Foundation Per and Astrid Heidenreich Family Foundation Richard and Barbara Whitcomb Foundation Rodgers Harper Serenbetz Family Foundation Serving All Vessels Equally Inc. The WRG Foundation United Way of Coastal Fairﬁeld County Xerox Foundation
Carver Sponsors: $10,000 - $19,999 Allen S. Church Dartmouth College Edward S. Moore Family Foundation Healthcor Foundation Trust James Peterson Fairﬁeld County Bar Foundation, Inc. Merrick R. Kleeman Near & Far Aid Association Richard and Alexandra Baudouin Ring’s End
Carver Guardians: $5,000 - $9,999 Adam DePanﬁllis Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc. Barbara Erdmann Photography Diageo North America Fairﬁeld County Bank First Congregational Church of Darien First County Bank Foundation GE Foundation Jack & Tricia Ryan Family Foundation Jacqueline Novotny James G. Fitzpatrick and Sarah French Jon and Rachel Whitcomb Kurt Cellar and Lauren Taylor Lone Pine Foundation, Inc. Michael and Janine Smith Michael and Karen Gregorich Newman’s Own Foundation Peter and Barbara Godfrey Richard and Wendy Baskin Stuart and DSusan Bell Sullivan Law Firm The K Foundation
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Our Mission Partners
Vincent and Maryann Procaccini William and Sharon Gallagher Carver Mentors - $1,000 to $4,999 Alan and Marsha Ingber Alan and Ruth Winnick Alex G. Nason Foundation Alice Mahoney Kathryn McCormick Andrew Knuth Anonymous Donor
Bankwell Financial Group, Inc. Belvedere Foundation BIC Corporation Bigelow Family Brent and Christine Haney Caitlin Rascelles Caryn Bienstock Charles and Elizabeth Burns Craig and Leah Glover Datto, Inc. David and Beth Atlas David Upson David Wermuth and Jennifer Kronan Debo Adegbile Douglas and Sandra Campbell Drew and Denise Torre Edward Harney FactSet Research Systems, Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fox Hill Builders Friedman Family Foundation George and Diana Tsimoyianis Glen Leblanc
Glenn and Melinda Houck Glenn Sutton Goldman Gruder & Woods, LLC Grace Baptist Church Greg Manocherian Heidmar, Inc. Howard and Marlo Spilko IBM Corporation Isabel Rutkowski James and Judy Hendrickson James Carey James Fenniman Jeﬀ and Maryellen Walsh Jeﬀrey and Valerie Ann Sprague Jim and Elisabeth Ely Joe and Julie Gallagher John and Joan de Regt John and Shona Seifert Jonathan Hoﬀman Joseph and Patricia Cappalonga Josiah S. Lindsay Julia and John Massengill Julia Gabriele
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Our Mission Partners
Ken Germann Kevin and Cynthia Katske King Industries Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP Lawrence and Sherrie Greenberg MBI, Inc. Neal and Carol Howe New Canaan Community Foundation Pauline E. Fitzpatrick, Trust Peter and Laura Knobloch Pompa Construction LLC Richard and Jean Bollman Robert and Ann Eydt Robert Patrick and Margaret Steele Roe Foundation, Inc. Rook and Roll Ruth Freeman Sarah French Scotts Ridge Middle School Sean and Erin Berry St. Matthew’s Parish Stephen Ketchum Steve and Janine Pickhardt
Steve and Sandy Ward Steve Sexeny Steven and Pat Kerschner Sturgis and Carolyn Woodberry
Suzanne Small and Baker Vail The Justice Education Center, Inc. The Maurice Goodman Foundation Thomas and Janet O’Connor Thomas and Marla Sinchak Thomas Cronin Thomas O’Neill Toni Williams
Total Renal Care, Inc. UBS Matching Gift Program United Church of Rowayton United Way Employee Campaign Westport Rotary Club Foundation William and Kristen Leopold William and Lynnann Cuddy William and Mary Ann Shaheen William and Mary Pressley William McCormack Wilmot Wheeler Foundation, Inc. Carver Coaches: $500- $999 Albert and Robin Dancy Alex J. Deboissiere Arick and Katya Rynearson Beneﬁt Planning Services Bernard J. McDonald Bill and Barbara Cox Bowden Home Improvement, LLC Capitol Strategies Group, LLC Carl Westhelle and Barbara Currie Chris and Catherine Stroup
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Our Mission Partners
Community Health Systems David Tapscott Doug Dooley Doug Richardson Edward Plaut Frank and Mary Fetchet GGP LP Real Estate, Inc. Golf 2015 -Fundraiser Miscellaneous Hellas Air Temp, Inc. Ian and Tracy King IBM Employee Services Center Jay and Terry Wood Jeﬀerson Plumbing & Heating Joan Byrne John and Suzanne Cutrone John Zaccario Kenneth Lanouette Kenneth Ritt and Pamela Kevin and Yvonne Grimes Kimberly Gaddy Kurt Bolin Leslie Frishberg Lisa Brinton
Louis Decarlo Lynne Burgess M. Briggs Forelli Margaret Honey Michael and Deborah Brennan Michael and Phyllis Turin Michael Mushak Molly Moseley Monroe Bodden Neal and Catherine Konstantin Norman and Susan Weinberger Norwalk Community Health Center Inc. Patricia Tyre Paul and Helene Bartilucci Peter and Page Morrison Peter Nussbaum Pitney Bowes Employees R.L. DePanﬁlis & Company, LLC Richard Beth Zucker Richard Silver Riverbrook Regional YMCA Robert and Carol Haskell Robert and Mary Campbell
Robert and Susan Doran Robertand Suzanne Koroshetz Roger and Mi-Sun Freeman Ron and Ariana Latz Scott and Allison McHugh Scott and Carlie Centrella Steven Gerstenfeld Suzanne Salomon T. Brock and Barbara Saxe Tedand Rosi Rawson
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Our Mission Partners
The Psychology, LLC Thomas and Wendell Livingston Ubuntu KDCE Foundation William and Barbara Murphy William and Elizabeth Reiss William Escobar Carver Friends - $499 and Under Ahadu Chernet Alan and Loni Haas Alec and Mary Gerster Alexander and Robyn Drolet Alexandra Falconer Austin Alexis Mead Allan and Teresa Cunningham Allen Yale Amy and Eric Kamisher Amy Gildea Andrew and Carmen Dalessio Andrew and Erica Merrill Andrew and Susan Mais Angela Thomas Graves
Ann Purcell Anne Marie Oliver Anne R. Harris Anthony and Victori Woodruﬀ Archie and Shirley Smith Argery and Peter Poulos Arne and Helen de Keijzer Arnold Hoegler Arthur Ebert Arthur Simmons Barchwell and Maryann Jones Bard and Barbara Bunaes Beatrice Krawiecki Benjamin Romeo Betty Langley Blaire Milanese Bob and Cynthia Hogan Brant and Jamie Behr Brian and Ellen Arsenault Brian and Jessica Bailey Brian and Susanna Filanowski Calvary Baptist Church Carol Hinnant
Carol Wrigley Carolina Blu Investing, LLC Catherine Vaughn Charles and Barbara Lott Charles and Camille Spaulding Charles and Schuyler Hinnant Charles and Susan Carroll Charles Keyes Charmaine Tourse Cherise Mickle-Crittenden Cheryl Hilton-Campbell Christine Penberthy CIBS, Inc. Constance Boll Constance E. Bennett Cortny Dunleavy Danielle M. Robinson Darien Pediatric Associates David B. Jackson David and Diane Boston David and Elizabeth Mettler David and Lisa Schlakman David and Myra Gelband Wilson
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Our Mission Partners
David and Sara Hunt David and Suzanne McCollum
David Westmoreland David, Jenny and Julianna Lee Deanne and John Coad Debbie Douglas Debra Castelluccio Dennis and Nancy Meany Diane and Keith Peters Diego Brito
Donald and Geraldine Fager EasyCare Eleni Sotiriou Elizabeth (Betsy) English Elizabeth Beinﬁeld Elizabeth Gibbs and William Collins Ellen Cowen Elliott and Marguerite Sisson Emily and Robert Grabowski Eric and Claudia Zeller Erik and Nancy Rambusch Ethel Hinton Everett and Sally Schenk Fairﬁeld County Sports Commission, Inc. Franco Iannone Frank and Cathy Nash Frank and Joanna Toscano Fred and Betsy Afragola Frame Advisors, LLC Frederick and Nancy Lione Gail Legere Gary and Marilyn Ford George and Diane Albano George Gorman
George Steinberg Georgia von Schmidt Gerald and Anne Allen Grace Robinson Greg and Cecilia McCall Gregg and Hyacinth DeMar Gregory and J. D. Davis Harlan and Susan Stone Harriet Abel Ian and Paula Keller J. Brooks and Sarah Ritchey J. Kenneth Moritz J. Russell and Deborah Chapman Jacqueline Hansboro Jalila Washington James and Alison Von Klemperer James and Bose Obi James and Lauren Pulie James and Margaret Riley James William Weil Janet Aley Janet G. Evelyn Janis Knorr
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Our Mission Partners
Janus Foundation Jean Ely Jeannette Pascarelli Jeﬀrey and Crista Bazoian Jeﬀrey and Cynthia Ingraham Jeﬀrey and Dorothy Baliban Jeﬀrey and Maren Nelson Jeﬀrey Londona Jevan Willis John and Helen Ong John and Mimi van Dyke
John Budacovich John Dubaz John Gill John Igneri and Chris Tierney John Keller John Wood Jon and Lisa Haas Jonathan Crowe Jose Lleras Joseph and Marilou Stadler Joseph and Shannon Giandurco Joseph and Tichianaa Armah Joyce Oberdorf Judith Mocciola Judy Harris Farnsworth Junius R. Clark Just Give Justin Hall-Tipping and Trish Morgan Kara Lisa Lombardi Kathy and Stuart Levinson Keith and Addie Williams Keith and Virginia Bachman Ken and Bella Casanova
Ken and Elena McCoy Kenneth and Deborah Lang Kevin and Janet Cramer Kevin and JoAnne Morley Kevin and Kathy Walsh Kim White Larry Dorfman Laure E. Dunne Law Oﬃces of James T. Maye LLC Lawrence and Jerre Skeats Lenny and Marilyn Altman Lewis Andy Rawles Linda A. McDonald Linda Fergus Linda Singﬁeld Lisa and David Ives Lisa Anderson Lisa Rossi Lise Leist Liza Paglialunga Louis and Catherine Killeﬀer Louis and Sylvia Schulman Macedonia Church Inc.
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Our Mission Partners
Madorie OHara Malcolm Ellis Manuel and Nadine Schultz Marc and Barbara Thorne Marc and Elizabeth Laibe Margaret Shanahan Marie Allen Mark and Allison Lesson Mark and Victoria Kramer Marlene Loper Marsha Whitman Martin Magida and Felicia Rubinstein Mary Beyer Mary Finnegan Massage and Fitness, LL Matthew and Candace Wagner Matthew and Sandra Miklave Matthew and Tara Leger Melanie A. Lynch Michael and Erica DePalma Michael and Leslie Siek Michael and Valerie Frost Michael Daglio
Michael Stacey Michele Helms Morgan Stanley Nancy Romberg Nancy Usic Nathaniel and Mary Yordon New Canaan High School Activity Fund New England Insurance Services Nicole Shagoury Nidi S. Hendrickson Nora King Norwalk Police Union Novelette Peterkin Pamela Rapp and Keneth Ritt Patrick and Julie Begos Paula Barnes Pauline Randall PDC International Corporation Peter and Margaret Hurst Peter Finnican Philip Oppenheimer Pierre and Michelle Gagnon Piet Marks
Polly Perkins-Johnson Prophet Financial Planning, LLC Richard and Antoinette Bain Richard and Cindy Castiglioni Richard and Heather Hopkins Richard and Joanne Van Steen Richard and Martha Bradt Richard Berman Rick Ericson Robert and Georgia Farinholt
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Our Mission Partners
Robert and Martha Baker Robert and Meghan Pennington Robert D’Eustachio Robert Giannetti Robert Hicks Robert Kugel Robert M. Sachs Roger and Marcia Smith Roger and Mary Gilbert Rose A. Cohen Roy and Christine Thompson Russ Jones Russell and Tracey Stidolph Sam Scavone Sanford and Josephine Anderson Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., LLC Sarah Baxter Sarah Yedinsky Sarlly Palacios Schuyler Heuer Sean and Alexandra Duﬀy Seaport Electric Inc. Sharri Hall
Sherone Mullings Sherry Morin Shirley Nichols Smart Start, LLC Sonya Merrill-Williams Stacey and Kimberly Russell Stephen De Lange Stephen MacKenzie Steve and Laura Petricone Steven Risbridger
Stop-Security Tracking Stuart and Stephanie Ross Susan Dunlap Susan L. Hardesty Susan L. Johnson Susan Shaker Suzanne Okie Synchrony Financial Tamsen Langalis Tara Olson Tarik Brooks Taylor Goodridge Terry Wettergreen Thomas and Elizabeth Ball Thomas and Lynn Anderson Thomas Rice and Cheryl Christman Thomasand Elizabeth Doughty Tim and Margot West Timothy Davis Timothy Rogers and Marlen Bodden Todd Robison Tom Chiappetta Tommy Spinola Memorial Foundation
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Our Mission Partners
William and Laura Damm William F. Hopkins William Pratt YourCause, LLC-Frontier Communications Zachary and Jennie Stanton
Tonya Williams-Peterson Trina Soske United Way of Central & Northeastern Connecticut United Way of Northern Fairﬁeld County Utay Family Foundation Valerie Watson Walter and Lynn Maginnis Walter Stewart Willa Jeﬀerson William and Darunee Wilson William and Jaki Miller William and Kethleen Cole
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