MIDDLETOWN, CT – Once again, Liberty Bank is partnering with Save-A-Suit and WTNH News Channel 8 to collect suits, blazers, ties, shirts, women's items, dresses, and shoes for veterans returning home from active duty. This initiative supports local military men and women as they go through the job interview process and seek long-term employment.
During November, some Liberty Bank branches will host drop-off sites for Save-A-Suit, a CT-based nonprofit dedicated to assisting local veterans as they step back into civilian life. The organization is led by Scott Sokolowski, Air Force Veteran, who is also the Save-A-Suit Founder and Board Chairman. Since inception in 2010, the nonprofit has distributed thousands of suits to veterans and students.
are excited for this partnership to grow and to continue helping local veterans
during their transition into the civilian workplace,” stated David W. Glidden,
Liberty Bank, President and CEO. “We also appreciate the support of our
customers and colleagues who are passionate about making sure our veterans are
fully prepared for the next chapter in their lives.”
This is the third annual Liberty Bank Save-A-Suit drive, led by Madison Branch Manager, Troy Bree. Last year, more than 4,000 items were collected by Liberty Bank and disbursed throughout Connecticut. "Our veterans made the ultimate sacrifice for us and this is one way of doing our part to help them move forward and succeed,” stated Troy Bree.
Anyone can support local veterans through Save-A-Suit by dropping off new or gently used business attire donations this November at a Liberty Bank location listed here: www.liberty-bank.com/saveasuit.
Save-A-Suit is a Connecticut-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides our former military and college graduates with professional business attire and the confidence needed to succeed. Learn more at: www.saveasuit.org.
About Liberty BankEstablished in 1825, Liberty Bank is Connecticut’s oldest bank, with over $5.8 billion in assets and 60 banking offices throughout the central, eastern, northern, western and shoreline areas of the state. As a full-service financial institution, Liberty offers consumer and commercial banking, home mortgages, insurance, and investment services. Named ‘Top Workplace’ by the Hartford Courant for eight consecutive years, Liberty maintains a longstanding commitment to superior personal service and unparalleled community involvement.