NSBcare

Newtown Savings Bank's NSBcare community service program provides support to community organizations throughout our market area. Since the program was founded in 2009, our employees have performed over 40,000 community service hours and continue to serve over 200 not-for-profit organizations. To receive updates about our community initiatives:

We are always looking for opportunities to help. If you are involved in a charitable organization or event and need volunteers, we would like to know. You can email us at Community@nsbonline.com to let us know where we may be able to lend a hand. Most of our NSBcare volunteerism takes place in one of the Connecticut communities within or near a Newtown Savings branch office. These communities are Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, Hamden, Monroe, Newtown, Oxford, Shelton, Southbury, Trumbull, and Woodbury.


Community Support

Our primary goal is to invest in the health of the communities where the Bank does business, and to provide support and financial resources that benefit the following strategic sectors listed in order of priority:

  1. Social Services & Affordable Housing Initiatives
  2. Education
  3. Community Economic Development 
  4. Health & Human Services
  5. Arts & Culture

The Bank’s communities include Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, Hamden, Monroe, Newtown, Oxford, Shelton, Southbury, Trumbull and Woodbury. There are occasions where the Bank will support out of market organizations that serve the population in our primary communities, or organizations that exist in the towns that immediately surround our primary communities. 


Community Support Requests

Every year, Newtown Savings Bank reviews hundreds of requests for support. We invite you to submit your request by completing a Sponsorship/Donation Request Form. You may submit this form along with any additional documents by emailing it to Community@nsbonline.com, dropping it off at any branch location, or mailing it to Newtown Savings Bank, 39 Main St., Newtown, CT 06470 Attn: Public Relations Department. 

Submission Guidelines

To help you submit a comprehensive request, we’ve compiled a list of submission guidelines. 

Organization name and mailing address for payment must be included with submission

Event and/or payment due date must be at least 30 days from date of submission 

Organization and/or event should serve one or more of our communities 

If an ad is requested, please include dimensions and other criteria including where to send

All requests will be reviewed on a weekly basis, and you can expect a response from the Bank within two weeks of submission. Please note that our decisions are based on a variety of criteria including budget, strategic sectors, geographic location and timing