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June SBA Events!

2nd Capital Matchmaker Event for Small Businesses

We are pleased to announce Connecticut Community Bank will be participating in the 2nd Capital Matchmaker Event on June 4th at Fairfield University being presented by The Connecticut Small Business Development Center.  This engaging event gives small business owners the opportunity to connect one-on-one with SBA lenders for guidance and access to capital to grow their business.  David Moore,  Senior Vice President/Director of Small Business and Government Guaranteed Lending, and Craig McLeod, Commercial Loan Officer, will be there to represent Connecticut Community Bank.   Don’t miss this opportunity, register today!

Click here for more information and to register.

“The Myths of SBA Lending

Please join us and the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce at Brooklawn Country Club on Wednesday, June 12th  at 7:30am to discuss the myths of SBA lending.  Don’t let the misconceptions about SBA lending discourage you from exploring this financing option.  Learn how to obtain an SBA loan, what your loan options are, borrower benefits and more.  Register and join the discussion that will answer all of your questions on how SBA lending can enhance your business.

Free Event
Wednesday, June 12
7:30am – 9:00am
Brooklawn Country Club
500 Algonquin Road, Fairfield
Continental Breakfast

Presenters will be David Moore, Connecticut Community Bank’s Senior Vice President and Director of Government Guaranteed Lending and Joseph Raycraft, U.S. Small Business Administration, Export Finance Manager.

Space is limited.  Click here to register today!

The Family Centers Financial Literacy

Our Greenwich branch manager, Carrie Bundock and assistant branch manager, Maria Camacho, recently volunteered with The Family Centers Literacy Program at the New Lebanon School . They donated “I Am Money”, for the families to read, and discussed the various financial scams that they need to be aware of.  Thank you for all you do for our communities!

branch manager reading to New Beginnings Family academy classes

New Beginnings Family Academy

Fairfield Branch Manager enjoyed the morning reading to classes at New Beginnings Family Academy.  New Beginnings Family Academy is a  public charter school for students in grades Pre-K through 6th, located in Bridgeport, CT. Their mission is to provide students with a meaningful, high-quality education through experience-based learning that helps them develop essential social, emotional, and critical-thinking skills.

Donation to the Undies Project

The Undies Project

Riverside branch manager Jenniffer Yan collected and donated undergarments for The Undies Project.  The Undies Project provides new underwear to women, men and children in need to improve their lives.  Thank you for all you do for our communities!

CT foodshare volunteer day

Connecticut Foodshare

Our InsurBanc division recently helped Connecticut Foodshare sort 4,140 pounds of food for local communities!

Mothers for Others

Glenville branch manager, Shaun Gaffney, recently donated diapers to a local organization, Mothers for Others.  Mothers for Others supports low and limited income families with diapers for children from birth to 3 years old.  Thank you for your support in our community!

fish tank donation to bridgeport rescue mission

Bridgeport Rescue Mission

Fairfield branch manager, Bill Hanson, recently visited with Bridgeport Rescue Mission to deliver a colorful fish tank for the children’s room.Bridgeport Rescue is an incredible organization whose mission is to provide services to fight hunger, homelessness and addiction to those in need.

grocery donation to Neighbor to Neighbor

Neighbor to Neighbor

Greenwich branch manager, Carrie Bundock, recently dropped of groceries at Neighbor to Neighbor to help stock the pantry that provides a healthy array of foods to those in need. Thank you to Neighbor to Neighbor for all the do in the community!

juan anes and lina rodriguez at Pacific House

Pacific House Shelter

Our Stamford Bank and Trust employees, Juan Anes and Lina Rodriguez recently showed their dedication to our community by sponsoring and serving dinner Pacific House Shelter. Pacific House serves the community with the mission of preventing and ending homelessness. Thank you for all you do.

Juan Anes Inspirica donation


Stamford Bank and Trust branch manager, Juan Anes, provide much needed toiletries to Inspirica. Inspirica provides support services and affordable housing to families in need in their mission to end homelessness and housing insecurity. Thank you for all you do in the community!

Important Notice

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Connecticut Community Bank will be closed on Monday, May 27th in observance of Memorial Day.

Join us in June for two SBA Lending events to learn more about SBA lending and how it can help your company grow. Click here for more information.
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