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February

It’s Good to be Home!

It’s Good to be Home!

Say hello to Tony. Formerly homeless, Tony is turning the key on the door to an apartment all his own[...]
Do Re Mi for ESL

Do Re Mi for ESL

Liberty Bank Foundation employee Jane Brosnan (second from r) won the bank’s monthly drawing, permitting her to direct a donation[...]
Your neighbor’s financial circumstances might surprise you.

Your neighbor’s financial circumstances might surprise you.

ALICE stands for Asset-Limited, Income-Constrained, Employed. And, chances are, one in three that you have an ALICE neighbor. On the[...]
$44,000 in Grants Awarded to New Haven Community

$44,000 in Grants Awarded to New Haven Community

Liberty Bank Foundation hosted nine nonprofit agencies at its quarterly grant luncheon at the Yale Peabody Museum in New Haven.[...]
Eddy Was Ready

Eddy Was Ready

On February 9, 2017, Blizzard Chris hit the state with high winds, driving snow, and mountainous drifts — most certainly[...]
Ever Ready to Help

Ever Ready to Help

2016 was another great year for Liberty Bank volunteerism. Employees contributed just shy of 14,000 hours helping out in their[...]
Greetings, Naugatuck Valley!

Greetings, Naugatuck Valley!

On February 1, 2017, Liberty Bank Foundation Executive Director Sue Murphy (r) visited the offices of the United Way of[...]
Liberty volunteer directs donation to Prudence Crandall Center

Liberty volunteer directs donation to Prudence Crandall Center

Every month a Liberty Bank community volunteer is drawn at random and given the opportunity to direct a $250 donation[...]