Left to right: Annick Gwozdz, Vice President of Business Development. JoAnne Myers, Customer Service Representative. Cara Boshart President of Community Food Cupboards. Jason Redden, assistant branch his manager. Scott Dickman, Senior Vice President, Commercial Render
Vermont Business Magazine In the spirit of empowering the communities it serves, Jim Brown, president of Bennington Bank, announced last week that the bank completed its 2022 annual donation to the community food pantry and fuel fund. In 2022, Bennington Bank donated over $30,000 to more than 20 community organizations in 11 towns.
These donations are primarily in support of vital cupboard work and heating assistance programs that help low-income Vermonters during the holidays and winter months. “Our corporate structure as a mutual bank means that we have no shareholders, allowing us to focus on our mission of helping build better communities,” said Brown. I believe it makes a real difference to the whole.”
Over the past decade, Bank of Bennington has demonstrated its commitment to the people in the towns it serves by donating over $1,000,000 to local nonprofits to support the needy, arts, children and education .
Bank of Bennington is a full-service mutual bank, headquartered in Bennington, Virginia, with offices in Manchester, Bennington, Arlington and Rutland. Known for its customer service, financial strength, and community involvement, the bank offers financial planning services and a range of deposit and loan products. Bauer Financial, an independent bank rating service, has given Bennington Bank an excellent five-star rating for more than 30 consecutive years. For more information, call 802.442.8121 or go online at TheBankofBennington.com.
Bennington Bank 12.30.2022