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SI Financial Group Grant

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    Funder Type

    Corporate Foundation

    IT Classification

    B - Readily funds technology as part of an award


    Savings Institute Bank and Trust Co


    The SI Financial Group Foundation, Inc. was established in 2005 by SI Financial Group, Inc., the parent company of the Savings Institute Bank & Trust Co. in Willimantic, CT. These causes we support are selected based on several criteria, including their ability to enhance the quality of life for the constituencies they serve.

    The foundation is proud to support nonprofit organizations that provide the following:

    • Community development via affordable housing, job training and programs that assist the economically disadvantaged
    • Basic human services and health programs for those considered at risk or in need
    • Educational projects that expand learning beyond the classroom and increase literacy
    • Cultural and artistic enrichment programs that build audiences for the arts, especially among underserved populations
    • Environmental projects that help preserve, protect and revitalize our natural resources

    History of Funding

    Additional Information

    Generally, no grants will be awarded to individuals; political or fraternal organizations; religious institutions (unless the program benefits the community at large); political or lobbying activities. In most cases, support is given for a period of one year, and organizations must reapply for a grant each year they wish to be considered for additional support.



  • Eligibility Details

    Federally recognized, under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, organizations and most charitable, educational and civic institutions serving the Communities where we do business are eligible.

    Deadline Details

    Applications for grants are accepted twice a year: March 31 for awards in June and September 30 for awards in December.

    Award Details

    Grant awards are generally between $500 and $5,000 however, occasionally a project may warrant a larger grant. Grants to support capital projects are typically funded over several years.

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