Ion Bank Foundation Awards Local Grants
Naugatuck, CT — October 5, 2016 — Charles J. Boulier, III, President & CEO of Ion Bank and Ion Bank Foundation announced that the Ion Bank Foundation awarded $71,500 in grants to 17 area non-profit organizations. The funds are used to support a wide variety of projects and programs in the communities served by the bank.
The recipients are:
|Non-Profit Organization||Grant Amount|
|Area Congregations Together, Inc. Spooner House, Shelton||$2,000|
|Boys and Girls Club of Greater Waterbury||$2,500|
|Cheshire Community Food Pantry, Cheshire||$10,000|
|Children's Community School, Waterbury||$5,000|
|CT Assoc. of Human Services, Family Economic Success Program, Waterbury||$3,000|
|CT Food Bank, Waterbury Mobile Pantry||$3,000|
|CT Partnership for Children, Seymour||$2,500|
|Habitat for Humanity of Greater New Haven, Hamden||$3,000|
|Habitat for Humanity of Greater Waterbury||$3,000|
|Jane Doe No More, Naugatuck||$4,000|
|Mattatuck Museum Historical Society, Waterbury||$3,500|
|Neighborhood Housing Services of Waterbury||$5,000|
|New Britain Museum of American Art, Naugatuck Valley||$2,500|
|St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Waterbury||$11,000|
|Waterbury School District, FIRST Robotics||$2,000|
|Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, Bravo! Waterbury||$3,500|
"We are very pleased to award needed funding to these area agencies that provide valuable services to our local communities”, said Charles J. Boulier, III.
The Ion Bank Foundation has gifted over $5.8 million in donations since it was established in 1998.
About Ion Bank Foundation
The Ion Bank Foundation was created in 1998 to provide financial support to the communities served by Ion Bank. Reinvesting in local communities is one of the most important duties of a mutual bank. Toward that goal, the Ion Bank Foundation has awarded over $5.8 million to deserving local community and charitable organizations since its inception.
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