Why do we volunteer locally?
Because a community is only as great as the people who care about it.
“We were moved by the incredible dedication of Liberty employees who volunteered with us. Our staff and residents were amazed by the transformation!”–Prudence Crandall Center, New Britain, CT
Been there. Done that.
Name a town in our service area, and we’ve helped out there. Think of a cause, and our employees have supported it. We’re board members, coaches, tutors, walkers, hammer swingers, brush clearers, firefighters and so much more. Here are just a few of the organizations that Liberty Bankers have volunteered for:
American Heart Association
Beacon Falls Lions Club
Boy Scouts of America Troop 33
Center for Hospice Care
Child & Family Agency of Southeastern CT
Clinton Fire Department
Connecticut Food Bank
Connecticut Children's Medical Center
Cromwell Soccer Booster Club
Deep River Elementary School
Durham Agricultural Fair Association
East Haddam Business Association
Farmington Rotary Club
Garde Arts Center
Godfrey Memorial Library
High Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center
Habitat for Humanity of Greater New Haven
Iglesia Roca de Salvacion
L + M Hospital Auxiliary
Maloney Band Booster, Inc.
Middlesex Community College Foundation
Naugatuck Ecumenical Food Bank
Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters
Portland Park & Rec
Saint Vincent DePaul Middletown
Shelton Concert Series
Southington Community Services
Umbrella Center for Domestic Violence Services
Wallingford Credit for Life Fair
Windham Area Interfaith Ministry
High Hopes therapeutic riding center is a perennial favorite for our employees who pitch in to transform a stable into a venue fit for the group’s annual fundraising gala.
Volunteering is in our DNA.We have so many dedicated volunteers, that we’ve created an award. The competition is stiff and only a few measure up to the high standards for membership. To join this elite group, employees must make an extraordinary commitment to volunteering, demonstrate a true depth of involvement with their chosen organizations, and have made a significant impact on their communities.
★ Mark Vickery
★ Tammy Brockwell
★ Christine Costa
★ Jeff Drenzek
★ Michele Mazzotta
★ Jim Murray
★ Karen Neilan
★ Dick Conway
★ Christine Costa
Need a Hand?
Just ask. Let us know what kind of help your nonprofit, school, or civic group might need and we’ll see how we can work together.
How can we help? If your group is a not-for-profit and based in a town Liberty Bank serves, we’ll be glad to make your volunteer opportunity known to our employees. Tell us:
» Type of project or event
» Time, date, location
» Number of volunteers needed
» Types of work you need performed
» Contact for signup/more info
If you seek an individual to serve on your board or committee, or need the assistance of someone with particular skills (e.g., IT or accounting), we’ll also be happy to seek a Liberty Bank resource for you.