October 21, 2016
Torrington Savings Bank Donation to United Way of Northwest Connecticut
Jeff Geddes, Senior Vice President Torrington Savings Bank and United Way of Northwest Connecticut Board Member; Owen Quinn, Executive Director, United Way of Northwest Connecticut; John Janco, President and CEO, Torrington Savings Bank.
Torrington, CT - Torrington Savings Bank has announced their contribution to the United Way of Northwest Connecticut’s annual campaign in the total amount of $45,694.00. Of that contribution, $23,644.00 was contributed directly by Torrington Savings Bank employee pledges with the remaining $22,050.00 from Torrington Savings Bank’s matching corporate contribution. This year’s total contribution is an increase of 24% over last year.
United Way of Northwest Connecticut’s Executive Director, Owen Quinn said, “We are thrilled with TSB’s generous 2016 campaign contribution. The United Way thanks the bank’s management team and all of the employees for their continued support and generosity.”
The 2016 campaign contribution is a new record for Torrington Savings Bank. Employee participation was at an all-time high. John Janco, President & CEO of Torrington Savings Bank is proud of the involvement of the bank employees. “This year’s contribution is possible in no small part to our employees. It was their enthusiasm that was contagious throughout the organization. Jeff (Geddes) did a great job as the United Way Campaign Chair and the bank was inspired to rally behind him. The Torrington Savings Bank’s corporate matching contribution program is designed to strengthen our local communities. We are pleased to provide support to the United Way of Northwest Connecticut and their member agencies.”
ABOUT UNITED WAY OF NORTHWEST CONNECTICUT
Helping People in Northwest Connecticut Care for One Another. The United Way is committed to using all resources available to create a measurable impact on Northwest Connecticut in the areas of the region’s greatest needs. The United Way serves 25 towns in Northwest Connecticut with a total population of approximately 92,000 people.