Because Banking Local Makes a World of Difference
Everyone knows shopping local and dining local make a big difference in your town’s economy. But banking local is just as important to your community—and especially to the families and businesses who call it home.
At Salisbury Bank, we are personally invested in the communities we serve. When you bank here, your deposits go directly back into helping local neighborhoods, businesses and non-profits. We’re always proud to help new businesses get off the ground and new residents put down roots. And our employees go above and beyond, year after year, to volunteer their time to help improve the hometowns we all love.
We’re committed to giving back to the communities we serve—knowing that what we do is made possible by our friends and neighbors. Here are just a few of our community highlights from 2021:
693 loans in the amount of $286,806,256 lent to local business owners, including 467 Paycheck Protection Program Loans in the amount of $48,149,508.
$177,756,579 in mortgages lent to 586 local residents
49,800 pounds of personal documents shredded at our free Community Shred Days
4,660 hours our employees volunteered at 101 local organizations
2,876 non-perishable food and household items donated to community pantries in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York
143 local community organizations received our monetary support
75 community members attended educational seminars and webinars through Salisbury Bank YOUniversity.
$19,500 in scholarship funding awarded to graduates from local area high schools
We take pride in our support of many local organizations.Submit Charitable Request
Articles of Interest
Articles on various topics and Bank news.Articles and Press Releases
Fill the Basket
We are collecting donations of non-perishable food items and household supplies.Community Programs
Time to Shine Scholarship
This annual program awards multiple $1,500 scholarships to deserving students in our communities.Community Programs
Because they are wonderful to work with... A friendly community bank that values their customers.The Riva Family
(Left to right on photo: Brian Riva, Michael Riva, Tanya Riva, Mickey Riva)
Because Salisbury Bank supports the same community I volunteer and raise my family in.Kimberly Downey
Vice President, Senior Fiduciary Officer, CTFA