REACHING OUT.
GIVING BACK.
CHANGING LIVES.


Look around your town, and you’ll find Liberty everywhere that good things are happening. Our employees volunteering for local projects and programs. Our foundation, partnering with nonprofits to help low-income families thrive. Our banner displayed proudly to show our support for local festivals and special events.

It’s no surprise that we invest our time, energy and dollars in our communities. That’s what a real community bank does. After all, our roots are here. We do our business here. And we live here, too.

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  • This holiday season, the bank hosted a three-week children’s book drive at all 44 of our locations, collecting over 4,000 new and gently used books for donation to Branford-based Read to Grow, a nonprofit dedicated to early childhood literacy.
  • At the 2012 Liberty Holiday Party, employees generously donated over 250 toys for a Toys for Tots collection. A good time was had by all who attended!
  • Liberty Bank President & CEO Chandler J. Howard helping with the dishes at the St. Vincent DePaul soup kitchen in Middletown.
  • Our HR staff went all out to bring holiday cheer to a Middletown family in need. They took part in Middlesex Hospital’s Family Advocacy program by shopping for, wrapping and delivering gifts for everyone in their adopted family.
  • Middletown’s Fellowship Church was the staging area for 616 baskets prepared by the Middletown Community Thanksgiving Project.
  • Elsa M. Nunez is the 2012 recipient of the bank's Willard M. McRae Community Diversity Award.
  • Our Willimantic Branch Manager donned a turkey costume and hung out at Mansfield’s Big Y on Friday, 11/9 to encourage Thanksgiving donations. A total of $375 and 750lbs of groceries will be split between local charities and food shelters.
  • Liberty employees braved the wet weather to walk in the 2012 Walk to End Alzheimer’s in October.
  • Teachers and administrators from thirteen K-12 schools from throughout Liberty’s service area gathered at the bank’s main office to celebrate being awarded Academic Grants from the Liberty Bank Foundation.
  • Several Liberty Bank employees visited Middletown’s Snow School as part of United Way’s Day of Caring. They talked to students about career possibilities and the importance of education. The children then drew and shared pictures of their career choices.
  • Several Liberty Bank employees visited Middletown’s Snow School as part of United Way’s Day of Caring. They talked to students about career possibilities and the importance of education. The children then drew and shared pictures of their career choices.
  • Liberty treated more than 120 customers and vendors to a round of golf and dinner. Proceeds from the tournament were donated to the Saint Vincent De Paul Soup Kitchen to help feed the hungry in Middletown, CT.
  • Liberty Bank was honored by The Hartford Courant and Fox 61 as one of the state’s top workplaces. Liberty placed sixth in the large employer (500+ employees) category.
  • Liberty Bankers were front and center for this year’s Deep River Family Day was held on September 15. Employees sold snacks with all proceeds going to the Deep River Merchants Assoc.
  • Once again, we sponsored the Clinton Bluefish 5K Road Race which took place on Saturday. The Clinton and Madison police department competitors are proudly wearing the Liberty Bank t-shirts we designed for them.
  • Here is our newest mascot, Daisy. Daisy is a 150 pound Great Dane who stopped in to visit the Wethersfield South Office.
  • Erin Larkin, the high school Youth In Action Award recipient, accepts the award from Liberty Bank President & CEO Chandler J. Howard.
  • Erin Larkin of East Lyme and James Kelly, the Middle School recipient, of Norwich were honored yesterday at the 2012 Liberty Bank Youth In Action Awards.
  • Liberty Bank President & CEO Chandler J. Howard presents the Liberty Bank Community Access Award for $2500 to David Dyson and Sister Ann Kane to benefit the Tabor House AIDS residences of Hartford, CT.
  • Liberty Bank President & CEO Chandler J. Howard visits Clear Channel Studios in Hartford, CT to present the Community Access “Make a Statement” Award to David Dyson and Sister Ann Kane of the Tabor House AIDS residences of Hartford, CT.
  • Community Access Award winner David Dyson and Sister Ann Kane of the Tabor House accept the Liberty Make a Statement award of $2500 and discuss how it will help their cause.
  • Liberty Bank employees, senior management, and members of the board gathered at the New Britain Museum of American Art on March 8 to celebrate International Women’s Day
  • On March 28, we officially opened a new Home Lending Center at 626 East Main St., Meriden. Meriden Mayor Michael Rohde cut the ribbon on the location, assisted by Liberty Bank President & CEO Chandler J. Howard
  • Staff from the Prudence Crandall House accepts toiletry donations collected at a March 8 International Women’s Day event which was sponsored by the bank
  • Hygienic Art in New London accepts a $3,500 Liberty Bank Foundation grant from Liberty President and CEO Chandler J. Howard and Mike Helfgott, Chairman of the Foundation
  • Willard McRae, member of the Liberty Bank Foundation Board, received Middlesex United Way's Community Leadership Award on Tuesday recognizing his leadership in strengthening communities
  • Thanks to the Liberty Bank Foundation, Luther Ridge senior living community in Middletown received a check to help fund storage units for 45 independent-living apartments.
  • Yesterday, visitors to our Moodus Branch were greeted by a spectacular display of color. We think we are a colorful bunch, but don't mind being upstaged by a rainbow!
  • President & CEO Chandler J. Howard accepts the ABA's Community Bank Award at the American Bankers Association National Conference for Community Bankers on February 21.
  • Members of our Human Resources Dept. pitched in to build an 8'x10’ shed to benefit Middlesex Habitat for Humanity.
  • We held a “Warm and Fuzzy” holiday drive in all 43 of our locations until Dec. 15th. Stop by and drop off hats, mittens and scarves for children ages 0-18 to help keep our young neighbors warm this holiday season.
  • Amidst the lovely yellow flowers, you couldn’t miss colorful Liberty Bank at this past weekend's Meriden Daffodil Festival.
  • The Liberty Bank Mobile Billboard is out and about. Keep your eyes peeled for it because it features a special offer for new checking customers!
  • Special thanks to our employees who fulfilled the wishes of children in the care of DCS this holiday season. These bikes are just a few of the many, many gifts that were turned over to DCS on Dec. 13th.
  • we formally cut the ribbon at Ferry Crossing, whose 16 affordable rental units in Old Saybrook are the first project to be constructed in an Incentive Housing Zone under the 2007 HOME Connecticut law
  • President & CEO Chandler J. Howard throws out the first pitch at the New Britain Rock Cats game
 
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