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Neighbor to Neighbor

Connecticut Community Bank is continuing to support our local communities. Recently, we donated non-perishables to a Neighbor to Neighbor food drive.

Darien Human Services

Darien Human Services, provides support to their citizens by distributing household items, medical supplies and helping families prepare for back to school. Recently, Connecticut Community Bank donated paper goods, cleaning supplies and other hygiene products.

Bridgeport Rescue Mission

Connecticut Community Bank supported the families of Bridgeport Rescue Mission with a donation of diapers.

Homes for the Brave
Step Out for the Brave Challenge
Connecticut Community Bank recently had the pleasure of participating in the "Step Out for the Brave" Challenge supporting Homes for the Brave. The challenge was for everyone to take 40,000 steps for each of the 40,000 homeless veterans across the county.
Our team of 38 employees surpassed that challenge and collectively walked 5,417,651 steps! This was an incredible effort by all.
Thank you to all veterans who have served our country.
Thank you to Homes for the Brave supporting our veterans!



Art Supply Donation to Support Abilis

We were pleased to donate art supplies to Abilis to help their community cope with the stress.


Donating Food in High Spirits

We had the pleasure of donating groceries to The Open Door Shelter  and Inspirica to get everyone through this difficult time!

 Open Door Shelter

grocery donation to The Open Door Shelter



Keeping Workers Safe

Connecticut Community Bank showed support to the caregivers of River House Adult Day Center by donating hand sanitizers, masks, and Clorox wipes, to help reduce the spread of the virus!



Aid for Connecticut Food Bank

Connecticut Community Bank was happy to donate $500 to Connecticut Food Bank to help provide emergency relief to our neighbors in need. Connecticut Food Bank is open and providing food assistance throughout the state.

Connecticut Food Bank



Supporting our Veterans

It’s always an honor to give back to our veterans, which is why we showed our gratitude for them by donating cleaning and household supplies to Chrysalis Center, Inc., an organization assisting people in need transform their lives.



Helping Veterans Sleep Better

Connecticut Community Bank is glad to help the veterans of Homes for the Brave with new bedding, because we believe everyone deserves a good night sleep!



Bringing Smiles to the Homeless

Giving back is a huge part of Connecticut Community Bank, it is a way for us to show our love and care to the community. Just recently, we donated cleaning and hygiene supplies for the homeless of Pacific House in Stamford, a shelter helping prevent and end homelessness.



Giving Back to Empower Women

Connecticut Community Bank happily donated deodorants to Dress for Success Mid-Fairfield County, an organization helping women in every possible way to achieve economic independence.


Donating Food in High Spirits

We had the pleasure of donating groceries to Person-to-Person to get everyone through this difficult time!



Our Donation to the Veterans

Connecticut Community Bank donated books, candy, crossword puzzles, and playing cards for the veterans of Homes for the Brave to help them cope with stress during this difficult time.



Connecticut Community Bank Presents the 2nd Annual Power of Women Event

Our 2nd annual “Power of Women” event was an inspirational gathering! Our ultimate goal is to inspire, empower and support the incredible women in our communities in recognition of International Women’s Day.

Guest speaker Sara Campbell, founder and CEO of Sara Campbell Ltd, shared with everyone an uplifting conversation, sharing her challenges and opportunities she has experienced throughout her success career. 

A special thank you to Sara Campbell, moderator Amber Kendrick of Procyon Partners and Eileen DiLeo and Sarah Lewis of Dress for Success Mid Fairfield County for their participation in this event.

And, a special shout out to all attendees! 100% of the proceeds from our event went to benefit Dress for Success Mid-Fairfield County. Together we were able to provide over $5,000 to help empower women in our communities to achieve economic independence.