The Carver Legacy Society is comprised of donors who plan their current and future support of the Carver Foundation of Norwalk. By committing to the future viability of Carver's mission, the Carver Legacy Society ensures our ability to continue to Build Lifetime Achievers!

For example, as reported in The Hour, in January 2018, Carver received a $100,000 grant from the estate of Daniel E. Offutt III to support our after-school Youth Development Program.

As with any financial planning consideration, you should check with a qualified advisor or estate attorney before making any changes to your will and/or other financial planning. 

 Carver board member, Dick Whitcomb, and Mark Feinberg, the benefactor who made the Charlotte Naomi Horblit Technology possible, standing before the portrait of the late Charlotte Horblit

Carver board member, Dick Whitcomb, and Mark Feinberg, the benefactor who made the Charlotte Naomi Horblit Technology possible, standing before the portrait of the late Charlotte Horblit

Charlotte Naomi Horblit's Legacy

The late Charlotte Naomi Horblit, of Chestnut Hill, MA, is an another example of a planned gift that will benefit Carver for many, many years to come. Mrs. Horblit bequeathed to the Carver Foundation of Norwalk $472,000 for the purpose of establishing a new technology center on the second floor of the George Washington Carver Community Center.  

Born in Newton, MA in 1923, Mrs. Horblit, affectionately known as “Mighty Mouse”, always looked out for the underdogs of life. Married to Stephen Horblit for 60+ years, Ms. Horblit had previously served her country as a Wave in the US Navy during WWII. She graduated with a master's of education from Boston University.  Ms. Horblit worked as a psychologist and volunteered countless hours working with disabled vets. Mrs. Horblit loved animals and was especially an avid dog lover. Though she never had children of her own, she was passionate about supporting educational programs to benefit children. Mrs. Horblit battled terminal cancer for two years and passed away at age 91. 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. Mark is a Wealth Management Advisor, VP, for Global Wealth Management at Merrill Lynch, Wellesley Hills, MA. Mark’s history with Carver began 30 years ago when Richard Fuller, Sr. was both his science teacher and football coach at Brien McMahon High School. Mr. Fuller also recruited Mark to serve as a Carver summer camp counselor where Mark taught Carver summer campers natural science. Mark spent only one year at St. Luke’s School, but that was the start of an enduring relationship with St. Luke’s Schools Headmaster Emeritus, Dick Whitcomb, a Carver board member and longtime Carver advocate and donor.