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Thomaston Savings Bank awarded 48 grants totaling in $119,417 during Phase III of it’s Foundation Grant Cycle. Grant applications were considered for nonprofit and government agencies addressing the needs in the towns of Middlebury, Waterbury and Wolcott. These funds are dedicated to responding to the human and material needs of the community.

“We are pleased to round out another successful Foundation Grant Cycle. These organizations provide vital services to our local community, we are delighted to give back and support their missions.” – 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.

The Foundation’s 2022 Grant Cycle contributed over $400,000 to organizations located in Hartford, Litchfield and New Haven County. Each phase of the 2022 Grant Cycle considered applications from local nonprofit and government agencies located in or serving the towns in which Thomaston Savings Bank has a branch in support of the following focus areas: arts & culture, community development, education & youth services, health & human services and public safety.

New Haven County Recipients Include:

  • Middlebury Police Department
  • Middlebury Elementary School PTO, Inc.
  • Middlebury Volunteer Fire Department
  • The Palace Theater
  • Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury, Inc.
  • Mattatuck Museum
  • Acts 4 Ministry, Inc.
  • Family & Children’s Aid, Inc.
  • Waterbury Bridge to Success Community Partnership
  • Brass City Harvest, Inc.
  • Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, Inc.
  • Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Inc.
  • Rivera Memorial Foundation, Inc.
  • Children’s Community School
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel School
  • McCall Behavioral Health Network
  • Easterseals Rehabilitation Center of Greater Waterbury, Inc.
  • United Way of Greater Waterbury, Inc.
  • Afro Caribbean Cultural Center Inc.
  • South Congregational Church aka Hopeville Church
  • Evangelical Christian Church
  • New Foundations Inc.
  • Greater Waterbury Interfaith Ministries, Inc.
  • Holy Cross High School
  • Junior Achievement of Southwest New England, Inc.
  • Waterbury Youth Services, Inc.
  • Boys & Girls Club of Greater Waterbury, Inc.
  • Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury
  • Boys Scouts of America Troop 303 WARC
  • New Opportunities, Inc.
  • Safe Families for Children Alliance
  • Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury, Inc.
  • Special Olympics of CT
  • St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury, Inc. Food Pantry
  • St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury, Inc. Shelter
  • Town Plot Neighborhood Association
  • Skye Cable XIII, Inc.
  • Greater Waterbury YMCA
  • BAGS Foundation CT, Inc.
  • Wolcott Citizens Against Substance Abuse, Inc. (CASA)
  • Wolcott Volunteer Fire Department Company 1
  • Wolcott Volunteer Fire Dept. Company 3
  • Wolcott Grange 173
  • Thy Eagle’s Nest
  • Fire Marshal’s Office Town of Wolcott
  • Wolcott Volunteer Fire Department Company 2
  • Wolcott Volunteer Ambulance Association, Inc.

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