Caring & Giving contribution to Stonington Human Services.

Savings Institute Bank & Trust Employees Help Kids in Need

Jun 20, 2018

WILLIMANTIC CT (June 2018) – Each quarter of the year Savings Institute Bank & Trust employees come together to select causes to receive funds from their 100% employee-funded Caring and Giving Program. The deserving organizations selected to receive funds for the first quarter of 2018 help kids in need. The donations totaled nearly $4,000 and went to local libraries, charities, and shelters. Some of the worthy organizations to receive donations included The Arc of Quinebaug Valley, Department of Human Services in Pawcatuck, Boys Town of New England and Jonnycake Centers of Westerly and South Kingstown.

“I’m proud to say that as we enter of the eighteenth year of the Caring and Giving Program, that we will be donating over $15,000 to worthy organizations in Rhode Island and Connecticut,” stated Bill Anderson, Senior Vice President and Caring and Giving Program Chairperson. “It’s truly heartwarming to see our employees come together year after year to make an impact on the communities we serve.”

The Caring and Giving Program began in 2000 and has donated more than $230,000 to worthwhile community organizations that employees have hand selected over that time span.

Pictured: Leanne Theodore (r), Director of Human Services for the Town of Stonington, recently accepted a donation from Kimberly Damien, Manager of our Pawcatuck Branch. 

Savings Institute Bank & Trust headquartered in Willimantic, Connecticut offers branch locations throughout eastern Connecticut and Rhode Island. With 1.6 billion in assets, the Bank is a full service community-oriented financial institution dedicated to serving the financial service needs of consumers and businesses since 1842.