The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation has awarded a $500 grant to the Howard Whittemore Memorial Library to help fund the upgrade of its children’s nonfiction book collection for grades K-6.
The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation has granted $5,000 to Girls Incorporated of Meriden to support the expansion of programs into Wallingford specific just for girls ages 6-18, focusing on topics where in society or in the job market women tend to fall short like science, math and relevant technology, economic literacy, self-defense, and motor skills development.
The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation has awarded a $5,000 grant to My City Kitchen in Meriden to support its after-school and summer programs to help children adopt healthy eating habits, improve self-esteem, and become physically fit.
The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation has awarded grants totaling $10,000 to the St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury to support its Soup Kitchen, Food Pantry and Shelter programs.
The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation awarded a $1,500 grant to Donate Life Connecticut to support its 2013 Toast to Life Fundraiser to be held on June 5th at Gouveia Vineyards in Wallingford, CT.
“Naugatuck Savings Bank had a solid year with a 2.9% increase in total assets during 2012,” said Charles J. Boulier III, President and Chief Executive Officer of Nutmeg Financial MHC. “We are very pleased with our 2012 results especially given the challenges faced by all community banks in a continuing environment of slow economic growth, low interest rates and more stringent and costly regulations.”
The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation awarded a $5,000 grant to the Cheshire Public Library to support its Teen Reading Room project. The project was a 2012 initiative to expand the library’s current services to teens ages 12-17 years of age.
The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation awarded grants totaling $26,300 to fund the scoreboard at Oxford High School’s new athletic field complex, which broke ground late last summer.
John W. Jahne has joined Nutmeg Financial, MHC as Chief Information Officer. In this role, he is responsible for all information technology, information security and facilities for Nutmeg Financial, MHC, and its wholly-owned subsidiaries Naugatuck Savings Bank and Sutherland Insurance Group.
Sorrina Salvatore, Branch Manager at its 87 Church Street office in Naugatuck, has been awarded the bank's top annual customer service commendation.
The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation has awarded a $10,000 grant to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Waterbury to support its Triple Play Program, a program that encourages healthy lifestyles for children.
The Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation has awarded a $4,000 grant to Jane Doe No More, Inc. to support its efforts to convert from fee-based “Escape Alive” self-defense classes to offering a free program to women and girls (age 12 and older) in the Greater Waterbury Area.