Corporate offices generally have a lot of old office stuff needing a new home. Well, Liberty Bank is no different, and earlier this year we were pleased to share furniture, artwork, decorations and supplies with The Connection of Middletown.
The Connection used the furniture to freshen up spaces used by clients and employees. Cafeteria furniture went the Eddy Center homeless shelter in Middletown; waiting room chairs and tables are now in use at the Center for Behavioral Health in Meriden; and new office decorations, desks, chairs and conference room furniture was delivered to the Center for Behavioral Health in New Haven.
The Connection reports being elated by the donations and was pleasantly surprised by the service that came with it. They commended Liberty Bank Facilities team members Melinda St. John, Dana Striby, Steve Halibozek, and Scott Birdsey for all their help. They coordinated the move, sorted and labeled materials going to each destination, sourced a moving truck, loaded and unloaded the donations, and helped with staging.
Special thanks go to Scott Brown, owner of Brown and Wimler Construction, who kindly donated a moving truck for the day.
The Connection notes in their latest newsletter, “Liberty Bank’s philanthropic goals of creating stronger engagement and longer lasting ties in the communities they serve, have made our communities better places to live and work. That philosophy is ingrained in the amazing employees that made this transformation possible for The Connection. We are truly grateful for the compassion and commitment of every person who gave their all to help. “
To which we say, ‘You’re welcome.’