Honoring our Anniversary with 170 Acts of Kindness - Celebrating 170 Years

Honoring our Anniversary with 170 Acts of Kindness

Without you, there would be no US.
Kindness matters, pass it on. #USBKind.

In honor of our 170th anniversary this year, we are celebrating with 170 acts of kindness in our communities.

 

5/17/2021

Inspiration from Peace the Service Dog

Ulster Savings Bank is a proud supporter of The Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse and their continued advocacy for the vulnerable children of our community. A few years ago we helped sponsor a grant for the Center to purchase a service dog to comfort the young clients during stressful interviews with CPS. Peace is the facility’s 2 year old golden retriever and the children’s guardian angel. This year the South Road Poughkeepsie branch manager, Dennis Conn coordinated with Executive Director, Kimbery Haight to purchase stuffed animals for the children that would remind them of Peace and to serve as constant companions. Just like Peace, we are committed to the service and comfort of the children at The Center.


4/26/2021

Marino's Patrons Received Free Haircuts

On Thursday, April 22, our South Road, Poughkeepsie branch paid for the haircuts of 17 patrons of Marino's Barber Shop. Owner Marino Carbone and his son Sal are pictured with Poughkeepsie Branch Manager, Dennis Conn. Father and son were very happy to participate and surprise some of their customers with free haircuts.


3/29/2021

Mask Donation to Our Friends at UIDN

The Ulster Immigration Defense Network received 500 disposable masks from our Kingston branch at 180 Schwenk Drive. We were thanked for our kindness in many languages.


2/14/2021

Flowers and Kindness for Valentine's Day

Some lucky customers of Morgan's Florist in Poughkeepsie received discounts of $25 on their floral purchases over Valentine's Day weekend.


1/29/2021

Kindness With Donations to Children in Need

One of our first Acts of Kindness was done by our 39 Burnett Blvd, Poughkeepsie team when they purchased toys, puzzles, and tons of books for the children at the local homeless shelter. They dropped off approximately 75 items to hopefully put a smile on a child's face!


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