Webster sponsors benefit for at-risk kids

From left, Jane Pelletier, John Dadakis, Dan FitzPatrick, head of Webster Private Bank, Cathy Smith, member of the Waterbury Community Investment LLC Board of Managers, Jim Smith, chairman and CEO of Webster Bank, and Sue DeNunzio.

From left, Jane Pelletier, John Dadakis, Dan FitzPatrick, head of Webster Private Bank, Cathy Smith, member of the Waterbury Community Investment LLC Board of Managers, Jim Smith, chairman and CEO of Webster Bank, and Sue DeNunzio.

Webster Private Bank did its part to support local youth on Nov. 16, serving as a principal sponsor of the 22nd annual Benefit Dinner for The Inner-City Foundation For Charity & Education (ICF) at the Hyatt Regency in Old Greenwich.

Jim Smith, chairman and CEO of Webster Bank, served as the corporate chair for the black tie event.

The ICF has awarded more than $25 million in grants to organizations whose programs serve at-risk and needy children and adults in the urban centers of Fairfield County.

In his role as chair, Mr. Smith toured three organizations that receive support from ICF — Bridgeport Rescue Mission, Mercy Learning Center and Kolbe Cathedral High School, all based in Bridgeport.

Webster Bank has a location in Greenwich at 85 Mason Street.

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