Dime Bank Foundation Donates $1,510 to Collaborative for Colchester’s Children
The Dime Bank Foundation recently donated $1,510 to the Collaborative for Colchester’s Children (C3) to support an intervention program for parents and children designed to develop new skill levels in caregivers.
The Dime Bank Foundation recently donated $1,510 to the Collaborative for Colchester’s Children (C3) to support an intervention program for parents and children designed to develop new skill levels in caregivers. C3 will partner with TVCCA Head Start and work with trained facilitators to bring this special program to Colchester families. This gift was part of the over $200,000 given to local charities and other need-based organizations by the Dime Bank Foundation over the past year.
The Collaborative for Colchester’s Children began in 2008 with a grant from the Connecticut Early Childhood Education Cabinet to develop a community plan that would benefit the children of Colchester, from birth through age 8. The initiative involves municipal leaders, educators, social-service providers, business leaders and others all coming together to provide support for the children of Colchester.
About Dime Bank Foundation
In 1998, Dime Bank established the Dime Foundation enabling the bank to support and give back to the communities it serves. The foundation provides funding for charitable, cultural, literary, scientific, and educational non-profit organizations. For more information about Dime Bank Foundation, visit https://dime-bank.com/About-Us/In-The-Community/Dime-Foundation.
Established in 1869, Dime Bank is a mutual bank with over $817 million in assets and 12 convenient branch locations throughout southeastern and shoreline Connecticut and Westerly, Rhode Island. As a full-service financial institution, Dime offers consumer and commercial banking, home mortgages, trust services, and through Dime Investment Services, a subsidiary of Dime Bank, insurance and investment services – all delivered with a personal touch. For more information about Dime Bank, visit https://dime-bank.com.
For more information, contact:
Lauren Sposato, Community Relations & Social Media Coordinator