The Jewish Federation and JCC of Greater New Haven is excited to welcome Liberty Bank as a new charitable partner. Liberty’s recent $10,000 charitable donation to us demonstrates their commitment not only to the Greater New Haven community but also building impactful partnerships with local organizations like ours. It also shows Liberty truly believes in the good work we’re doing.
Tony Rossley, Vice President, Business Banking Officer for Liberty Bank, conveyed how important this partnership between the Bank and the Jewish Federation would be for our organization and the constituents we serve. Tony worked closely with our staff to build the relationship and recommended that the Bank support us with a $10,000 charitable donation. David W. Glidden, President & CEO of Liberty Bank and the Liberty Bank team agreed. Tony shared the great news with us in December 2021.
“Our new partnership with the Jewish Federation and JCC of Greater New Haven is just another example of what we mean at Liberty Bank when we say ‘Be Community Kind’. This charitable donation speaks volumes about the values and culture we promote at the Bank, our recognition of great organizations like this one and our commitment to making our communities an even better place to live, work and play. The Liberty Bank team looks forward to working with the Federation and JCC on this wonderful collaboration,” said Tony Rossley.
Tony has more than 30 years of experience in commercial and small business banking serving the Greater New Haven market. At Liberty, he delivers a wide range of commercial and small business banking products and services. His office is located at 153 College Street in New Haven and he can be reached at email@example.com or (203).815.9864.
Established in 1825, Liberty Bank is one of the oldest and largest mutual banks in the country. Based in Middletown, Liberty has 56 banking offices across Connecticut with one in Western MA has been named a ‘Top Workplace’ by the Hartford Courant every year since 2012 and designated a 2021 Best-In-State Bank in Connecticut by Forbes Magazine. For more information on Liberty Bank, visit liberty-bank.com.