Thomaston Savings Bank: 20 Ways in 20 Days

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation is celebrating its 20th Anniversary with a “20 Ways in 20 Days” initiative which allows Bank employees to recommend organizations within the Foundation’s assessment areas to receive grants of up to $1,500.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Foundation, which was established May 20, 1997 with a $2 million contribution from the Bank. The Foundation was formed to accumulate and distribute its funds exclusively for religious, charitable, health, public safety, arts, literacy or educational purposes and to support other charitable organizations in the communities we serve. The Bank has contributed $6,428,732 to the Foundation and to-date has distributed $5,078,460 and still retains a balance of $7.6 million. $30,000 has been allocated and 42 organizations will be receiving grants in 20 days – November 27 through December 22.

The last grant check presentation will be at their Bethlehem, CT branch on December 22 to kick off the holiday giving season!

For more information visit https://www.thomastonsavingsbank.com/about/about-us/foundation

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