Congratulations to our 2021 Grant Recipients: Beth-El Center, Boys & Girls Club of Milford, CT Burns Care Foundation, Daughters of the American Revolution, Emerge, First United Church of Christ, Friends of the Milford Library, General Federation Women’s Club, Literacy Volunteers of Southern CT, Milford Historical Society, Pantochino Productions, Sterling House Community Center, Stratford Police Activities League, Stratford Veterans Museum, TEAM Inc., United Presbyterian Church, United Way of Milford, Walnut Beach Arts & Business Association, and Walnut Beach Association.
About the Milford Bank and The Milford Bank Foundation:
The Milford Bank has been supporting the communities that it serves since 1872. The pillars of our mission at The Milford Bank are our belief in community, customer service, and corporate responsibility. The Milford Bank Foundation was established in 2003 to give back by helping provide for local charities today and well into the future.
We are proud to be good neighbors and to support the many worthy causes that provide services to those who most need help. We can’t contribute to every organization, but we consider community impact and community need when deciding how our funds can best be used. We provide support to 501(c)3 not-for-profit organizations that support low-income families.
Some of the needs we support include:
Groups supporting the needs of Milford, Stratford, West Haven and Orange.
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