Media and Useful Links

March 15, 2017 - 20th Anniversary of the Marvin
20th Anniversary Citation from General Assembly
20th anniversary Certificate - Senator Murphy


Gov. Malloy Announces $55 Million in Funding to Advance Development of Affordable Housing Across the State
2016 SSHP AWARDS - Norwalk: The Marvin - $3,547,000
Tuesday, October 04, 2016


Senator Bob Duff's Facebook Post
October 6, 2016


Windt Celebrates 20th Anniversary as Executive Director of The Marvin
The Norwalk Hour
February 21, 2016


Senator Bob Duff
Tweet


Norwalk Police Officers Visit The Marvin
The Norwalk Hour


A True "Senior" Prom
The Norwalk Hour
June 2, 2015


State Grants Support Early Childhood Education
April 2015


The Norwalk Hour News12
March 30, 2015

"Miss Betty"Turns 100!
March 30, 2015


The Marvin Celebrates Connecting Generations
Annual Family and Friends Picnic
September 21, 2014


Twitter Comments from Senator Duff and Police Chief Kulhawik
December 18, 2013


Norwalk Police Trounced at Wii Bowling by Seniors
NorwalkPATCH December 16, 2013


BNY Mellon Toy Donation
Norwalk PATCH December, 2013


Elected Officials Learn a Thing of Two from Miss Betty
NorwalkPATCH September 2013


Lt. Gov Nancy Wyman tours The Marvin
The Norwalk Hour, August 7, 2013

"I think this is such a great program and a great place...This kind of situation and what you have here is absolutely wonderful"


Community Connections
May 29, 2013

A Resident's Poem

Santa's Senior Gift
December 12, 2012


Norwalk Citizen

The Marvin is 15 years young
Norwalk Citizen, March 16, 2012

A special 15-year celebration featured a brunch, presentations and citations from Mayor Richard Moccia, U.S. Congressman Jim Himes (Conn.-4), State Sen. Bob Duff (D-Norwalk), State Rep. Chris Perone(D-Norwalk), and State Rep. Larry Cafero (R-Norwalk) Former News8 Anchor Kristen Cusato served as keynote speaker, and talked about her personal experience as a caregiver


200 Gather as The Marvin celebrates 15 years
The Hour, April 6, 2012

Former Mayor Alex Knopp told how a vacant lot, which could have been senior housing, or a community center for children, became both. "Sometimes you hear of a perfect storm where everything bad happens and the result is nothing gets done," Knopp said. "We had the opposite. We had a great, sunny period in which everything good happened and all the elements that needed to come together did."


Runners jog for Harmony
Norwalk Citizen, August 16, 2012

The World Harmony Runners made a stop in Norwalk as part of a national effort to encourage world harmony through visits to schools, camps and senior centers, among other locations. "I love the idea of bringing the children and senior citizens together. Hopefully we all learn to love each other and get along in this world," senior center resident Mae Giancotti said.


The heart and core of The Marvin family
The Hour, Letter to the editor from Mary Windt, Executive Director, September 8, 2010

"From the housekeeper to the dining services staff; the security personnel or the child care professionals; the assisted living staff or the office manager; or the building superintendent and the resident services coordinator – the people who work at The Marvin are the lifeline to the quality, dignity and professionalism we provide."


10th Anniversary Video

Enterprise Foundation


Useful Links

LeadingAge Connecticut

Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging

Generations United

Connecticut Housing Search site for Seniors

Infoline

Resource Directory

The Marvin Children's Center

Bright Horizons at The Marvin Children's Center

Under One Roof/The Marvin

60 Gregory Boulevard
Norwalk, CT 06855

  • The Marvin for Seniors:
    203-854-4660
  • The Marvin Children's Center:
    203-854-6781

themarvin@underoneroofinc.org

A National Model.

The Marvin is a national model for providing affordable housing and services for seniors, a nationally accredited child care program and a unique intergenerational program.

Our Board of Directors and staff have unanimously adopted and supported the national "Quality First" initiative sponsored by LeadingAge. Through this covenant LeadingAge members publicly embrace responsibility for assuring that the people they serve receive high-quality care and services.