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VOTE FOR CARVER! Fairfield County Bank names Carver as a "Charity of the Month"

Fairfield County Bank is a longtime supporter of the Carver community prides itself on its unwavering dedication and support of local Fairfield County charities through corporate contributions and extended Employee volunteerism. Bank employees chose Carver to participate in the first month of their new Charity of the Month campaign. GO HERE TO VOTE FOR CARVER!

Center for Nonprofit Excellence names Carver among its inaugural Hall of Fame honorees

This year, Fairfield County’s Community Foundation (FCCF) is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of its Center for Nonprofit Excellence.

As part of this celebration, they are introducing the inaugural class of its Center for Nonprofit Excellence Hall of Fame. The Carver Foundation as one of the Hall of Fame honorees to be featured at their CNE Anniversary Celebration on November 13, 2019.

Join Mayor Rilling and Congressman Himes for our Playground Ribbon Cutting on Monday July 1st

Join Mayor Rilling and Congressman Himes for our Playground Ribbon Cutting on Monday July 1st at 11:30AM. Following a successful fundraising drive led by student volunteers at New Canaan High School, the new playground is now ready for Carver’s summer camp students to enjoy. Our new playground has all the latest safety and fun learning features for K-5 aged children, including a new padded surface that ties together all the pieces of the playground.

Ribbon cutting ceremony for Carver's new playground, Monday, July 1st, 11:30 AM

Please join Mayor Harry Rilling and other special guests as we officially spring to life Carver’s new playground on Monday, July 1st, at 11:30 AM at the Carver Community Center. Following a successful fundraising drive led by student volunteers at New Canaan High School, the new playground is now ready for Carver’s summer camp students to enjoy it.

16th Annual Rowayton Connections party raises support and awareness

Hosts Melora and Rod Johnson welcomed dozens of Carver guests into their home at Hickory Bluff overlooking Rowayton’s tranquel view of Long Island Sound. Volunteers and Atria Darien prepared a sumptuous meal for everyone to enjoy. Speakers this year included Mayor Harry Rilling; Carver graduates now in college; the longtime Carver partner and advocate Robert Pennington who was just named the new principal of Rowayton Elementary School; and Carver’s CEO, Novelette Peterkin.