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Did you vote?

Did you vote?

Your opportunity to vote for our 20th Anniversary Grant Competition finalists is right around the corner. Have you checked out[...]
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.[...]
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[...]
Supporting Connecticut’s Homeless Families

Supporting Connecticut’s Homeless Families

Liberty Bank Branch Manager Carl Bonamico (r) presents a check for $10,000 to Columbus House Chief Development Officer John Brooks[...]
It’s American Housing Month. But, for Many CT Residents, There’s Not Much to Celebrate.

It’s American Housing Month. But, for Many CT Residents, There’s Not Much to Celebrate.

The observance is intended to bring to light the many housing and financing options available to American consumers. Here in[...]
We’re Celebrating American Housing Month

We’re Celebrating American Housing Month

The American Bankers Association has proclaimed June American Housing Month to bring attention to the many housing and financing options available[...]
New Britain’s Howey House Is Off the Ground!

New Britain’s Howey House Is Off the Ground!

It was a long time in the making, but sorely needed in New Britain — new units of supportive housing[...]
Youth Homelessness: It’s a Whole New Ballgame.

Youth Homelessness: It’s a Whole New Ballgame.

Connecticut’s achievements in successfully matching veterans and the chronically homeless with places to live lead the nation. We have effective,[...]
Connecticut Ranks #2 of the 50 States in Income Inequality.

Connecticut Ranks #2 of the 50 States in Income Inequality.

This might be considered an interesting statistic … if you live in Kansas … and if you don’t need to find housing here.[...]