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Thomaston Savings Bank awarded 95 grants totaling in $209,972.79 during Phase II of it’s Foundation Grant Cycle. Grant applications were considered for nonprofit and government agencies addressing the needs in the towns of Bethlehem, Harwinton, Plymouth, Terryville, Thomaston, Torrington, Watertown and Oakville. These funds are dedicated to responding to the human and material needs of the community.

“We are thrilled to be able to give back to the community through our Foundation’s Grant Cycle. We look forward to the continued growth of our Foundation and further supporting these amazing organizations and their work in the community.”  – Stephen Lewis, President & CEO, 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.

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.

  • Litchfield County Recipients Include:
  • Bethlehem Ambulance Association
  • American Red Cross Connecticut Chapter
  • Caring for Bethlehem, Inc.
  • Bethlehem Land Trust, Inc.
  • Woodbury Bethlehem Community Music Foundation
  • Town of Bethlehem - Christmas Town Festival
  • Wellspring Foundation, Inc.
  • The Woodhall School
  • Harwinton Agricultural Society, Inc.
  • Harwinton Land Trust
  • Harwinton West Side Volunteer Fire Company, Inc.
  • Harwinton Fire Marshal’s Office
  • Town of Harwinton - Food Pantry
  • Town of Harwinton - Hometown Holiday Celebration
  • GFWC Harwinton Woman’s Club
  • Harwinton Congregational Church
  • Town of Harwinton Public Library
  • Harwinton Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.
  • Town of Harwinton Senior Center
  • The Bridge Family Center, Inc.
  • BSA Troop 55 Harwinton
  • Troop 75 Boy Scouts Terryville
  • Terryville Public Library
  • Town of Plymouth Human Services Department
  • Town of Plymouth Parks and Recreation
  • Terryville Fire Department
  • First Baptist Church
  • The Salvation Army – Litchfield Hills Service Unit
  • Lock Museum of America, Inc.
  • EdAdvance
  • Terryville High School Friends of Music
  • American Legion Post 20 Plymouth
  • Plymouth Community Food Pantry
  • Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps
  • Rotary Club of Terryville
  • St. Paul Lutheran Church
  • Terryville Youth Soccer Club
  • The Learning Center
  • Terryville Congregational Church
  • Our Savior Lutheran Church – Becky’s Cupboard
  • American Legion Post 22
  • Thomaston Police Explorers
  • Thomaston Christmas Committee
  • Thomaston Council of Senior Citizens
  • CT Partnership for Children, Inc.
  • Thomaston Soccer Club, Inc.
  • Cub Scout Pack 364
  • Thomaston Community Pantry
  • Our Savior Lutheran Church – Garden of Eatin’
  • Thomaston Ladies Choral Club
  • Light Up Thomaston
  • Greenwoods Counseling & Referrals
  • New Beginnings
  • Thomaston Public Schools
  • Landmark Community Theatre
  • Thomaston Volunteer Fire Department
  • Seth Thomas Park Revitalization Committee
  • Town of Thomaston Social Services
  • First Congregational Church
  • Beacon Baptist Fellowship Church
  • KidsPlay Children’s Museum
  • St Maron Church
  • McCall Center for Behavioral Health
  • Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Inc.
  • The Salvation Army
  • Five Points Center for Visual Arts Inc.
  • Torrington Area Parkinson’s Support Group Inc.
  • Warner Theatre
  • The Arc of Litchfield County, Inc.
  • Greater Torrington Family Development Center
  • Susan B. Anthony Project, Inc.
  • The Community Kitchen of Torrington
  • Friends in Service to Humanity (FISH) of Northwestern CT, Inc.
  • Watertown/ Oakville Veterans Council
  • Watertown History Museum
  • Brian O’Connell Homeless Project, Inc.
  • St. John the Evangelist School
  • Holy Disciples Parish St. Mary Magdalen
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7330 Auxiliary
  • St. Mary Magdalen School
  • American Legion Post 195
  • Quilts that Care, Inc.
  • National Society of the daughters of the American Revolution Trumbull-Porter Chapter
  • Town of Watertown Parks and Recreation Department
  • United Methodist Church of Watertown
  • Watertown Area Association for Special Citizens

Phase III for New Haven County is open and will be considering applications from local nonprofit and government agencies addressing community needs in the following towns; Middlebury, Waterbury and Wolcott. Please submit all applications before the October 31st deadline. For more information go to

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