Clinton Savings Bank holds sock drive


Clinton Savings Bank holds sock drive
Liz Leonard – Program Manager, WHEAT Community Connection, Kathy Gadomski – Residential Lending, Clinton Savings Bank pose for a photo. (Photo/Courtesy)

CLINTON – Clinton Savings Bank employees recently held a sock drive.

The bank was able to donate 1,600 pairs of socks to WHEAT Community Connections.

“As a community bank, the outpouring of generosity among all of our employees demonstrates our commitment to helping our neighbors,” said President and CEO Robert J. Paulhus Jr. “The need for socks naturally increases in the colder months, so this sock drive was the perfect time for our employees to give a measure of comfort and provide this much-needed resource to individuals and families.”

WHEAT is a direct service program of the United Way of Tri-County and has been serving residents in the greater Clinton area since 1982. The organization offers programs and services, including the WHEAT Community Cupboard, WHEAT Community Café, WHEAT Outdoor Marketplace and various seasonal programs.

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