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Nonprofits Receive $194,587 in Funding

Nonprofits Receive $194,587 in Funding

The Liberty Bank Foundation Board of Directors has approved nearly $200,000 in funding for 33 organizations in our service area.[...]
June is National (Un)Affordable Housing Month

June is National (Un)Affordable Housing Month

June is national affordable housing month, but statistics tell the story. Thirty percent of Americans spend more than 30 percent[...]
Things are Changing for Nonprofits, and Not in a Good Way.

Things are Changing for Nonprofits, and Not in a Good Way.

Lately, a number of circumstances have coalesced to make life difficult for nonprofits, especially in Connecticut. Due to the state[...]
Nearly $1 Million Returned to Residents in Need

Nearly $1 Million Returned to Residents in Need

Wow! Who wouldn’t want money back in their pocket? Thanks to Middletown’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program $964,000 in[...]
Hats Off to Grads

Hats Off to Grads

Each year, Liberty Bank Foundation provides scholarships for students graduating from adult education programs and community colleges in our market[...]
A Sea of Red. A World of Difference.

A Sea of Red. A World of Difference.

Liberty Bankers love to volunteer in their local communities, and when they do, it’s a red-letter day. That’s because we[...]
The art and heart of community engagement

The art and heart of community engagement

David Radcliffe was a featured presenter at Liberty Bank Foundation’s annual conference this year. He manages the Boston Fed’s Working[...]
Life Is Coming Up Roses for Rosa

Life Is Coming Up Roses for Rosa

We ask all of our grantees for a human interest story that illustrates the value of their work. New Britain’s[...]
Hypothesis: Science is Fun. Conclusion: This Event Proves it.

Hypothesis: Science is Fun. Conclusion: This Event Proves it.

We have STEM programming to thank for reawakening kids to the value and excitement of science. It’s not just for[...]
Study Shows Pre-K Education Has Far-Reaching Effects

Study Shows Pre-K Education Has Far-Reaching Effects

Here’s the bottom line: Children of parents who attended a high-quality preschool program in the 1960s were better educated, healthier,[...]