Community News & Events
Join us in supporting Homes for the Brave with our Fall Food Drive!
September 1 - September 30
Make a donation at any of our branch locations during our Food Drive and enter to win one of two "Family Four Packs" to a Bridgeport Islanders' home game!
3 Ways to Donate
- Donate a non-perishable food item at any branch location.
- Click here to make a donation online and bring you confirmation to a branch location.
- Donate new or gently used sneakers at any branch location.
Sneaker donations will be sent to GotSneakers? who will send a donation back to use to benefit Homes for the Brave. GotSneaker? keeps sneaker our of landfills and reduces toxic chemical from being released in our air and soil. All reusable sneakers are recirculated to secondhand markets so people can access quality, pre-owned footwear at affordable prices.
Bridgeport Rescue Mission
Giving back to the community is a huge part of Connecticut Community Bank. Fairfield branch manager Bill Hanson recently donated warm clothing and food to the Bridgeport Rescue Mission to help our neighbors in need.
Our employees volunteered at CT FoodShare twice this month. The first group packed 3,359 lbs. and the second group 10,530 lbs. of food for our communities. Nice job everyone!
Building One Community
Stamford Bank and Trust manger, Juan Anes, presented Building One Community with speakers and laptop stands for their new facility. The equipment will be used for their adult literacy program.
Westport Woman's Club
Congratulations to our Westport National Bank manager, Robin Clark, who has been installed as the president of the Westport Woman's Club! We’re proud to see Robin engaged with an organization dedicated to volunteerism and the support of charitable services in our community.
River House Adult Day Care
Connecticut Community Bank was pleased to be part of River House Adult Day Care Center's ice cream social for their members, staff and families! On hand were branch managers Carrie Bundock and Jenniffer Yan and Small Business Sales Director David Moore.
Greenwich branch manager Carrie Bundock and Riverside assistant branch manager Lina Rodriguez recently conducted a financial literacy program, in both English and Spanish, for 15 students and their children at Family Centers in Greenwich. Each participant also received a book to share with their children.
Darien Human Services
Recently, Darien branch manager Laurie Griffith, was on hand at Darien Human Services donating 30 containers of laundry detergent. This donation will help underserved families and senior citizens in our community have access to everyday needs.
Burroughs Community Center
Giving back to the community is a huge part of Connecticut Community Bank. Fairfield branch manager Bill Hanson recently donated Chromebooks to Burroughs Community Center to help volunteers process tax returns as part of their VITA tax return program.
Mothers for Others
Connecticut Community Bank finished off the year with a donation to Mothers for Others! Glenville Office branch manager Shaun Gaffney delivered 1,500 diapers to be used for families in Fairfield county.
Our Riverside branch provided a family moving to a new apartment from the New Reach shelter with appliances and household items.
Stamford Public Education Foundation
Stamford Bank and Trust recently presented the Stamford Public Education Foundation with a $1,000 check. As always, we are pleased to provide support to the communities we serve!