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Trade a token for a food pantry donation at Jewett City Savings Bank

Bank encourages community involvement

Jewett City Savings Bank is making it easy for local residents to give back to their communities.

The Bank will donate $1 (up to $1,000 total) to a local food pantry for each special token returned to one of its branches in Brooklyn, Central Village, Dayville, Jewett City, or Preston by November 17, 2012.

“Jewett City Savings Bank has a long history of giving back to the community,” said Kevin C. Merchant, president and CEO. “This promotion is a great way for everyone in the communities we serve to join in and get involved, and have fun doing it.”

Get your tokens
Appearing in “coupon” form, the $1 tokens are featured in local newspapers and special mailings, and online versions are available at jcsbank.com and facebook.com/jcsbank that can be printed and presented at a local branch.

The food pantries that will be supported by the Jewett City Savings Bank “giving back” token campaign are Friends of Assisi Food Pantry in Brooklyn; Project PIN in Central Village; Community Kitchens in Dayville; St. Mary Food Pantry in Jewett City; and Preston City Congregational Church Food Pantry in Preston.

The Bank has been a long-time supporter of local food pantries through charitable donations and food drives in its branches, as well as through grants awarded by the Jewett City Savings Bank Foundation. The Foundation has provided nearly $50,000 in funding to the local food pantries in recent years.