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Thomaston Savings Bank employees raised a total of $12,941 for local organizations through their Denim Days over the last six months. The Bank’s Denim Days allow employees to wear jeans on Fridays throughout the month for a small donation to a preselected local nonprofit. If employees donate a total of $1,000 or more throughout the month, the Bank will contribute an additional $1,000 to that month’s cause. The Bank will continue this employee campaign throughout the rest of the year.

“We are thrilled to continue our employee Denim Days! This is a wonderful initiative to engage employees who might not have time outside of office hours to give back to local community organizations.” – Stephen Lewis, President & CEO, Thomaston Savings Bank

The recipients include Acts 4 Ministry, Inc., Greater Waterbury Campership Fund, Caring for Bethlehem, Inc., St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury, St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Bristol, and Plymouth Community Food Pantry.

Acts 4 Ministry Inc. is a non-denominational charitable organization, supporting the needs of those in financial distress. Their team of volunteers collects and distributes furniture, clothing and housewares for those in need. For more information about their programs and donations go to

The Greater Waterbury Campership Fund is a program that is funded by donations to send children ages 5-18, who are members of low-income families to camp. For the full list of eligible towns and more information go to

Caring for Bethlehem, Inc. is an all-volunteer non-profit organization that provides assistance to local individuals and families. For more information go to

St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury is a non-profit organization providing a network of services to aid, support and empower those who are experiencing poverty, homelessness and other challenges. They operate a number of programs including running a homeless shelter, thrift store and soup kitchen, among others. For more information go to

St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Bristol is a non-profit organization that provides support and shelter to those in need. They operate a 24-bed shelter and have a case management team to provide the appropriate services, with the goal of providing permanent self-sustainable housing. For more information go to

The Plymouth Community Food Pantry’s mission is to reduce food insecurity by providing healthy and nutritious food, wellness programs and community referrals to those in need. For more information on how to donate go to

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