Union Savings Bank DonateÂ To Children's Adventure Center
Union Savings Bank Donate
Â To Childrenâs Adventure Center
The Union Savings Bank Foundation has awarded a $3,677 grant to the Childrenâs Adventure Center of Newtown.
The grant was used to purchase a computer center, a washer and dryer, and a wall-mounted cabinet.
âThe board and staff are enormously thrilled to get this grant,â said Florence Rubinstein, head teacher for the center. âOur children can hardly wait to get the new Little Tykes computer center and, mundane as it may seem, our center cannot function without a washer and dryer. We are very appreciative.â
Mae Schmidle, chairman of the centerâs board of directors, said the computer center will be an integral part of the daycare centerâs program.
âThe mission of the Childrenâs Adventure Center is to provide quality childcare in a safe, loving environment. Here we nurture a childâs individual growth and development by structuring their environment so that they are able to experience many different ways of learning and enjoying learning. Our goal is to aid children in their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development,â she said.
The childcare center has a maximum enrollment of 60 students; currently it serves 58.
âUnion Savings Bankâs history of supporting and assisting organizations that make substantial contributions to local communities is well known,â she added, âas well as USB President Charles Froschâs supportive efforts on behalf of local non-profit organizations. We are very grateful and thankful.â
Mr Frosch said the bank created the foundation to provide an adequate level of funding for worthy endeavors no matter what the economic conditions currently may be.
âThis is the third round of donations,â he said. âWe believe it is an important part of our responsibilities.â