Application Period to Run From May 1 to July 31
DANBURY, CT (April 28, 2016) – Union Savings Bank today announced that education will be the focus of its 2016 Foundation Grant Program, further emphasizing the bank’s ongoing commitment to building positive changes and economic stability within the local communities it serves in Connecticut.
“Education is an element intertwined through many agencies in our local communities,” explained Union Savings Bank President and CEO Cynthia C. Merkle. “We believe education is a powerful tool in changing the health and well-being of individuals and providing skills to build a stable life.”
Established in 1998, the USB Foundation provides grants to non-profit organizations. Union Savings Bank supports local charitable activities, regardless of fluctuations in the local economy, or bank earnings.
Interested organizations can submit applications between May 1 and July 31. More comprehensive information is accessible at: unionsavings.com/giving-back/usb-foundation/apply
Union Savings Bank’s Foundation Grant program is only one component in its comprehensive efforts to give back to the local communities it serves. This incorporates an extensive number of programs that focus on employee volunteerism, financial support and donations.
About Union Savings Bank
Established in 1866 and headquartered in Danbury, Conn., Union Savings Bank is a $2.3 billion mutual bank dedicated to being the bank of choice. As a full-service financial institution, Union Savings Bank provides banking, mortgage, investment, trust and insurance products in Connecticut, with 26 offices in Bethel, Brookfield, Canton, Danbury, Goshen, Kent, Litchfield, Marble Dale, Monroe, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Ridgefield, Roxbury, Southbury, Torrington and Washington Depot. The bank provides financial services to individuals, businesses, non-profit organizations and government entities through its commercial, business banking, residential and consumer lending, treasury services, branch banking and wealth management divisions.