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WATERBURY, CT -- More than 50 Webster Bankers spent the school day teaching financial literacy to students at Tinker Elementary School in Waterbury, the largest JA in a Day event of 2018 for the Bank.
WATERBURY, CT -- Webster Bank is pleased to announce that Kathy Luria, senior vice president of community affairs and director of philanthropy, has been named chair of the board of directors of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy.
FARMINGTON, CT -- The Farmington Bank WTIC Community Concert Series featuring Simply Swing today announced its 2018 schedule of free concerts by the popular 10-piece swing orchestra based in Connecticut.
NORWICH, CT -- The Chelsea Groton Foundation announced $100K in funding for a multi-year project of supporting the revitalization of Downtown Norwich through a Global City Initiative.
NORWICH, CT -- The media is invited to a press briefing hosted jointly by Norwich Community Development Corporation (NCDC) and Chelsea Groton Foundation. Please join us on Thursday, April 12 at 8:30A, on the steps of the downtown branch office of Chelsea Groton Bank, One Franklin Square, Norwich.
HARTFORD, CT -- A new collaborative effort between Hartford Public Schools (HPS), and Achieve Hartford’s ALL IN! is analyzing what prevents students from persisting to high school graduation and to a successful college experience. Through the initiative, actuaries from Lincoln will analyze student data from two sources: the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) and HPS data spanning from 2009-2016. They will then create a predictive model so that interventions and targeted support can be created to increase the likelihood that Hartford students will complete college.
HARTFORD, CT -- In November 2017, the Hartford Foundation established the Respond-Rebuild-Renew Fund in response to the growing needs faced by individuals and families relocating to Greater Hartfor
NEW YORK, NY -- JP Morgan Boosts Philanthropic Investments: JP Morgan Chase has announced that it will boost its philanthropic investments over the next five years by 40%, to $1.75 billion. The investment is part of a larger commitment to support their ongoing efforts to drive inclusive economic growth in underserved neighborhoods and job training initiatives, and expand its Fellowship Initiative.
FARMINGTON, CT -- More than $1.1 million in sponsorships and grants were given by Farmington Bank and its charitable arm, the Farmington Bank Community Foundation, to more than 450 non-profit organizations in Connecticut and Massachusetts in 2017, the Bank announced today.