The Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation has awarded 42 grant requests in the amount of $97,050.65 in Phase III of its annual Grant Cycle. To celebrate, the Foundation hosted a grant reception for recipients to attend along with Thomaston Savings Bank Board of Directors, Corporators and employees. Attendees were able to come together to celebrate their success and commitment to assisting the community across New Haven County. The reception was held at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, on February 23rd.
“We are happy to give back to organizations that do such impactful work for our community. It is great to see the Bank’s Foundation expand over the years to allow us to continue to support the community. We look forward to continuing our growth and supporting the missions of these wonderful organizations.” – Stephen L. Lewis, President & CEO, Thomaston Savings Bank
To best serve the community the Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation hosted its Grant Cycle in three phases: Hartford County, Litchfield County, and New Haven County. All three phases of the 2021 Grant Cycle considered 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. Applications from religious organizations were considered for grant purposes if they support programming that assists in meeting the needs of the community and/or falls under the scope of the above priority areas.
“We are proud of the Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation and grateful for the opportunity to provide assistance where it is necessary. It is wonderful to be in a position to fund the agencies who are working hard to respond to the needs of our communities.” Cheryl Lindstrom, AVP, Community Outreach Officer, Thomaston Savings Bank
The Bank concluded its 2021 Grant Cycle with a total of 188 grants equaling $406,429.85, awarded to community organizations throughout the Bank’s service area. For more information about the 2022 Grant Cycle go to https://www.thomastonsavingsbank.com/foundation