Thomaston Savings Bank awarded 42 grants totaling in $97,050.65 during Phase III of it’s Foundation Grant Cycle. The third phase of giving included the following towns in New Haven County: Middlebury, Waterbury and Wolcott. The funds are awarded to local organizations to ensure that charitable needs are met throughout the towns which the Bank serves.
“We are pleased to be in a position to grant these important funds to organizations that make such a meaningful impact. Their efforts are vital in meeting the human and material needs of our community and we are proud to support their worthwhile causes.” – Stephen L. Lewis, President & CEO, Thomaston Savings Bank
To best serve the community the Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation hosted its 2021 grant cycle in three phases: Hartford County, Litchfield County and New Haven County. The annual grant cycle will be accepting applications for next year beginning in the spring of 2022. Applications are considered from local nonprofit and government agencies that support the following focus areas: arts & culture, community development, education and youth services, health and human services, and public safety.
“The Foundation continues to work to make a significant impact on local agencies, which lend their support to those in need. The Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation Board of Trustees gave thoughtful consideration to each application submitted throughout the grant cycle. I am proud to work for a company that recognizes the importance of providing reliable support to improve the quality of life for our neighbors.” – Cheryl Lindstrom, AVP, Community Outreach Officer, Thomaston Savings Bank
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