Button-down shirts, ties, suits, pantyhose, heels. That’s the everyday dress code in banking. So any opportunity to wear casual clothes to work is a sought-after perk. That’s why Liberty Bank sponsors four dress-down days per year. For just a $5.00 donation to charity anyone can pull on their jeans and spend a comfortable day at the office. Employees vie to have their favorite charity benefit from the event. This time around, Liberty Banker Michele Mazzotta (r) won the opportunity to chose and she went with the Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Foundation. She hands off a check to Micaela Pizzimenti, MD and PKD Connecticut chapter volunteer coordinator, for $1,460. Polycystic kidney disease is a genetic disease affecting about 600,000 Americans and causing uncontrolled growth of cysts in the kidney, eventually leading to kidney failure.