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Connecticut Food Bank Volunteer Event

Connecticut Community Bank volunteered at the Connecticut Food Bank in Bridgeport on July 17th. Our volunteers packaged boxes of nutritious, staple foods for low-income seniors.

Food Share Volunteers

Pictured (Left to Right): Ximena Wang, Kristin Hummel, Judy Ulbrick, Bob Papscoe, Mary Jo Rabita-Crespo, Dave Moore, Craig McLeod, Mary Rakos, Dave Tralka, Chad Stewart, Matt Robinson, Jeff Saatchi, Robin Clark, Todd Leonardi, and Liz Mandujano


 

First-Time Home Buying Seminar in our Darien Branch!

Our Darien branch hosted a seminar for 1st-time buyers on everything from “Just looking” at homes to making an offer all the way through closing!

Stay tuned for our next event!

Home Buyers Seminar attendees

Pictured (From left to right):
Aldrin Dinya, Attendee  
David Leopold, House Inspector from Pillar to Post
Mel Rich, Attendee
Arianne O'Donnell, Real Estate Attorney
Myles Holley, Home Insurance Agent for Barnum Benefits
Laurie Griffith, Darien Bank & Trust Branch Manager
Cheryl Williams, Halstead Real Estate Agent
Bob Stata, Connecticut Community Bank Personal Mortgage Banker (Not Pictured)



Female Soldiers: Forgotten Heroes

Connecticut Community Bank employees and customers generously donated toiletries to support Female Soldiers: Forgotten Heroes during the week of May 13th- May 19th. Female Soldiers: Forgotten Heroes is Connecticut’s first and only community-based transitional home exclusively for homeless female Veterans and their young children. Since opening in 2011, the program helps female Veterans by meeting their needs for a safe, secure home and adequate food, and by empowering residents to move forward with their long-term goals: obtaining permanent housing, achieving financial stability, and working toward greater self-determination.

Thank you to all who participated!


Art to the Avenue
Greenwich Arts Council Logo

Art to the Avenue's opening night festivities took place on Thursday, May 3rd from 5:30-8:00pm in our Greenwich Bank and Trust branch at 115 East Putnam Avenue Greenwich, CT.  We hosted an opening night reception featuring the works of 2 artists; Ilse Gordon, a painter and Sue Armero, a sculptor.  Their artwork will be displayed in the branch for the entire month of May

PaintingThree Paintings


New Beginnings Family Academy


Westport National Bank's Bill Hanson and Sue Batura (not pictured) visited students at New Beginnings Family Academy. He spoke to the students about the fundamentals of banking and the importance of saving money.

Bill Hanson speaking to New Beginnnings Students


Room to Grow School

Greenwich Bank and Trust's Lina Rodriguez and Carrie Bundock (not pictured) visited students at the Room to Grow School in Norwalk, CT. They taught the students about different types of coins, how to save them, and gave all of the students their own Connecticut Community Bank piggy banks to get them started with saving their coins!

Lina Rodriguez speaking to students at Room to Grow

 


Hartford Food Share Volunteer Event

Connecticut Community Bank volunteered at the Hartford Food Share on April 26th. The volunteers were able to fill 1,500 bags of food for families in need in Hartford County.

Connecticut Community Bank employees bag oranges for Food Share

Pictured (Left to Right): Laurie Bourgoin, Jessica Martina, Joe Kirk, Danielle Johnson, Carrie Angyal, Marie Pernerewski, Scott Freiday, Barbara Carlevale, and Kim Lewis.


Hartford Job Corps Academy Financial Education Fair

Connecticut Community Bank N.A. worked with Connecticut Saves and participated in a Financial Education Fair at the Hartford Job Corps Academy! The Hartford Job Corps Academy's mission is to teach eligible young people the skills they need to become employable and independent and place them in meaningful jobs or further education. We spoke to the students about making a monthly budget, how to spend wisely, and saving for their future!


Connecticut Community Bank Employees standing at their booth at the Hartford Job Corps Academy

Pictured (Left to right): Jessica Martina, Tom Valentino, Carrie Angyal

 


America Saves Week

Connecticut Community Bank, N.A.®, is participating in America Saves Week to help our customers get started with a successful savings plan!

When you open a savings account between February 26, and March 17, 2018, we will waive the monthly fee on that savings account if the minimum balance is not met for a period of six months.

To get started walk visit any of our eight local branches.

America Saves week logo

 


Connecticut Food Bank

Connecticut Community Bank volunteered at the Connecticut Food Bank on February 13th. The volunteers were able to fill 944 bags of food for families in need in Fairfield County.


Connecticut Community Bank employees volunteer at Connecticut Food Bank
 

CT Food Bank Volunteers (left to right): Carrie Bundock, Reda Bouhaddada, Maria Camacho, Craig McLeod, Raluca Batsu, David Ricciardelli, Michelle Busbee, Scott Freiday, John Festo, Karen Adams, Joe Kirk, and Rich Cummings.
Not pictured: Jenniffer Yan, Tawana Davis, Sandra Lefebvre.


Clothing Drive to Benefit Dress For Success

Dress for Success logo

All Connecticut Community Bank N.A. branches collected donations for Dress for Success the week of February 19th.

We collected new/gently used:

Women's Suits
Professional Attire
Jewelry
Scarves
Shoes
Handbags


Spirit of Giving Event A Success

Once again, our annual Spirit of Giving Event was a great success. Thank you to all of our generous customers and employees! Connecticut Community Bank N.A. was able to donate thousands of items to local charities across Fairfield County.

Greenwich Bank and Trust donationsStamford Bank and Trust donations