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Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation Rewards 31 Grants for Hartford County


Thomaston Savings Bank awarded 31 grants totaling in $90,530.68 during Phase I of it’s Foundation Grant Cycle. Grant applications were considered for nonprofit and government agencies addressing the needs in the towns of Bristol, Farmington and Unionville. These funds are dedicated to responding to the human and material needs of the community.

“The Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation is a wonderful resource for the agencies working hard to respond to the needs of our neighbors. It fortifies the Bank’s mission to respond to the human and material needs of the communities we serve. We are proud of the Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation and pleased to be in the position to offer this opportunity for grant funding annually.” – Cheryl Lindstrom, AVP, Community Outreach Officer, Thomaston Savings Bank

The Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation was created in 1997 to distribute funds annually to a variety of local programs. Each year, the Foundation hosts a grant cycle to provide funding to organizations that are assisting the community in their respective counties. The funds are used to benefit local organizations to ensure that charitable needs are met throughout the towns which the Bank serves.

“We are very appreciative of Thomaston Savings Bank and all they do for us. The grant funding will go directly towards purchasing healthier food options, paper products and additional items for our clients.” - Justin Woerz, Assistant Director, Plainville Community Food Pantry

To best serve the community the Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation hosts its grant cycle in three phases: Hartford County, Litchfield County, and New Haven County. All three phases of the 2022 Grant Cycle considers applications from local nonprofit and government agencies in support of the following focus areas: arts & culture, community development, education and youth services, health and human services, and public safety.

Hartford County Recipients:

  • Bristol Adult Resource Center Inc.
  • Bristol Historical Society
  • Brian’s Angels Homeless Outreach, Inc.
  • Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Inc.
  • The New England Carousel Museum, Inc.
  • Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.
  • Bristol Veterans Council, Inc.
  • Bristol Preschool Child Care Center, Inc.
  • American Clock & Watch Museum
  • Bristol Recovery Club, Inc.
  • Grace Pantry
  • City of Bristol
  • The Family Center
  • Environmental Learning Centers of Connecticut
  • Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
  • Veterans Strong Community Center
  • Plainville Community Food Pantry, Inc.
  • Bristol Connecticut Little League
  • City of Bristol
  • Region 5 Dive Team
  • Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra
  • Bristol Lions Club
  • The Kids of Summer Foundation
  • United Way of West Central Connecticut
  • The Agape House, Inc.
  • St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Bristol, Inc.
  • East Farmington Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.
  • Farmington Food Pantry, Inc.
  • Tunxis Community College Foundation, Inc.
  • New Horizons, Inc.

Phase II for Litchfield County is now open and will be considering applications from local nonprofit and government agencies addressing community needs in the following towns; Bethlehem, Harwinton, Plymouth, Terryville, Thomaston, Torrington, Watertown and Oakville. Please submit all applications before the July 31st deadline. For more information go to


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