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It’s a Thirsty Job, But Someone Has to Do It.

It’s a Thirsty Job, But Someone Has to Do It.

Another Eli Cannon’s Beer Festival is now in the history books, and 2018 was a year to remember. The event,[...]
Liberty Bankers Heart Helping Everywhere

Liberty Bankers Heart Helping Everywhere

Another June-long Liberty Lends a Hand campaign has come to a conclusion and the results are terrific. More than one[...]
Hey Nonprofits, Change is Not the Boss of You!

Hey Nonprofits, Change is Not the Boss of You!

Vu Le, executive director, Rainier Valley Corps, was Liberty Bank Foundation’s 2018 conference keynote speaker, and he brought down the[...]
The Sign Says, “Fun, Fun, Fun,” But …

The Sign Says, “Fun, Fun, Fun,” But …

It may be fun, fun, fun for the universe to choose your fate, but not so much for high school seniors[...]
Chandler Howard Honored at Middlesex United Way Annual Meeting

Chandler Howard Honored at Middlesex United Way Annual Meeting

At Middlesex United Way’s annual meeting, Liberty Bank President and CEO Chandler J. Howard was honored with the organization’s leadership[...]
5,000 Pounds of Food … And We Helped!

5,000 Pounds of Food … And We Helped!

On Saturday, April 28, Shoreline Soup Kitchens (SSK), a Liberty Bank Foundation grantee, teamed up with NBC Connecticut, Telemundo Connecticut, and[...]
Help a Returning Soldier Make a Good Impression

Help a Returning Soldier Make a Good Impression

The first step for many returning soldiers reentering civilian life is a job interview. Yet, many do not have the[...]
Maximize Your Local Giving

Maximize Your Local Giving

A 36-hour online campaign to benefit Waterbury-area nonprofits is your chance to make your gift go further. Log onto Give[...]
Home Mortgages Lead to Housing for the Homeless

Home Mortgages Lead to Housing for the Homeless

In April and May of every year, Liberty Bank sets aside $100 for each mortgage application taken. At the end[...]
Why Johnny Can’t Rent

Why Johnny Can’t Rent

Here’s the eye-opening truth: 42 percent of Connecticut’s Millennials still live at home with mom and dad. How come? It’s[...]