The Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation recently organized its Act to Impact Employee Giving campaign. This initiative was implemented to enable Bank employees to give back to the communities the Bank serves. Employees were divided into 21 teams spread across different departments and branches, with each team awarding a $1,500 grant to a nonprofit that helps the community in one of the following categories: basic human needs, emergency response crisis, health and social services, food security and housing. Security.
“We are pleased to once again offer the opportunity for our employees to give back to the organizations of their choice. We value feedback from our employees about organizations that positively impact the lives of members of our community, as they actively contribute their time and resources to nonprofit organizations across our footprint. It is truly gratifying to see a corporate culture that is not only focused on helping our customers, but also reaffirming the Bank’s commitment to the community,” said Stephen Lewis, President and Chief Executive Officer. , Thomaston Savings Bank.
The Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation was established in 1997 to distribute funds each year to local organizations to help improve the quality of life in the local community. The Act to Impact Giving campaign was launched in 2018 to encourage and enable bank employees to give back to local organizations dedicated to helping those in need.
“The City of Wolcott Senior Center is delighted to receive a grant of $1,500.00 through the Act to Impact Employee Giving Grant campaign from the Thomaston Savings Bank Foundation, Inc. programs, entertainment and activities focused on the interests of our senior population. This grant will certainly help us to continue our mission! Many thanks to the employees of Thomaston Savings Bank for choosing our Wolcott Senior Center to receive such a generous gift! exclaimed Donna Belval, director of the town of Wolcott senior center.