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July

Speaking Two Languages and Doing it Well

Speaking Two Languages and Doing it Well

In Europe, more than half of all residents speak more than one language, but in the U.S., not so much.[...]
Stocking the Shelves at St. Vincent De Paul

Stocking the Shelves at St. Vincent De Paul

Liberty Bank’s Derby office went all out in June to assist the St. Vincent De Paul Food Bank located in[...]
What Goes Around Comes Around

What Goes Around Comes Around

That’s what the Liberty Bank Giving Circle is all about. It connects the thrill of home ownership with the promise[...]
Lt. Gov. Visits Supportive Housing in Middletown

Lt. Gov. Visits Supportive Housing in Middletown

On July 19, Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman toured Middletown-based Liberty Commons, which provides permanent supportive housing for formerly homeless individuals.[...]
Nonprofits Lead the Way in Cross-Sector Collaboration

Nonprofits Lead the Way in Cross-Sector Collaboration

We hear lots of talk about “public-private partnerships” from various sources, but according to a recent study by the Federal[...]
Generosity? Child’s Play.

Generosity? Child’s Play.

Liberty Bank’s Marketing and Customer Service Center employees make it look easy to do good. During the month of June[...]
Early Childhood Education by the Numbers

Early Childhood Education by the Numbers

In this time of state budget crisis, it’s all to easy to just look at the spending column. Most certainly,[...]
Liberty Bankers Come Through in a Big Way for Local Nonprofits

Liberty Bankers Come Through in a Big Way for Local Nonprofits

Liberty Bank once again held its June-long ‘Liberty Lends a Hand’ campaign, which encourages all employees to do good works[...]
American Dream Comes True for New Britain Family

American Dream Comes True for New Britain Family

Syed Ali, Naila Shakir and family have lived in the Broad St. neighborhood of New Britain for 17 years, but just[...]
Bank Fundraiser Supports PKD Foundation

Bank Fundraiser Supports PKD Foundation

Button-down shirts, ties, suits, pantyhose, heels. That’s the everyday dress code in banking. So any opportunity to wear casual clothes[...]