Giving Tree

WSB Giving Tree Logo.
            At Watertown Savings Bank, Financial investments in our community are
            very important to us. We strive for excellence as a provider of financial
            support for the many groups, organizations and individuals who work to
            benefit the North Country. The WSB Giving Tree represents the many ways
            in which we proudly support the community you call home. 

Total Community Support in 2023 from The WSB Giving Tree as of today:  $47,324.81 

Browse through the archives below and see the members of our North Country Community we support every day.

Dawn Cole, CEO of United Way of NNY.WSB Supports United Way of NNY

Dawn Cole, Chief Executive Officer, The United Way of NNY, accepts a donation from WSB in support of the many programs our local United Way offers which benefit so many in our community. 


Dave Missert, Co-Chair, North Country Goes Green Irish Festival.WSB Supports Annual Irish Festival

Dave Missert, Co-Chair, North Country Goes Green Irish Festival, accepts a donation from WSB in support of the annual festival taking place from March 17 - March 19 at the Dulles State Office Building.. 



Don Boshart of the American Cance Society.WSB Supports Relay For Life

Don Boshart, Senior Manager of Community Development, American Cancer Society, accepts a check from Watertown Savings Bank to benefit the annual Relay for Life event.

Dr. Dan Dupee and Benjamin Foster from JCCWSB Supports JCC Foundation

Jefferson Community College Admin In-Charge, Dr. Daniel J. Dupee II, and Foundation Executive Director, Benjamin Foster, accept a check from Watertown Savings Bank for benefit of the JCC Foundation and educational programs. 

Sabrina Derue of 4-H Camp WabassoWSB Supports 4-H Camp Wabasso

Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Sabrina Derue, Director of 4-H Camp Wabasso accepts a donation from Watertown Savings Bank to benefit Camp Wabasso’s summer youth and year round programs.

Kerri Noone and Maddison CupernellWSB Supports Ed Beerman Scholarship

Kerri Noone, Branch Manager, WSB Chaumont office, presents a check to Maddison Cupernell, recipient of the Ed Beerman Scholarship.  Maddison will be attending Onondaga Community College this fall and plans to become a Paramedic.

Jason Price and Rebecca BarneyWSB Supports Brew York Festival

Jason Price, Brew York Entertainment, accepts a check from Rebecca Barney, WSB, for sponsorship of the 2023 Brew York Festival taking place in Sackets Harbor this summer. Live music, craft beer and great food benefiting our first responders and EMTs. 


Chris Powers and Carl McLaughlinWSB Supports Concert In The Park

Christine Powers, WSB, presents a check to Carl McLaughlin, Watertown Noon Rotary, for sponsorship of the 2023 Concert in the Park. The annual music event celebrates Independence Day at Thompson Park. 



Shelby Morgia, Corry Lawler and Dawn Atwood.

WSB Supports Samaritan Golf Classic

Shelby Morgia, WSB, presents a check to the Samaritan Foundation’s Event Co-Chair, Corry Lawler, and Community Relations/Events Coordinator, Dawn Atwood, for sponsorship of the Foundation’s 26th annual golf tournament.  The Thousand Islands Golf Classic will take place at the T.I. Golf Club on Friday, June 9, 2023.


Heather McNitt, Stacy Snyder-Morse and David Morse.

WSB Supports Peyton Morse Foundation

Heather McNitt, WSB, presents a donation to Stacy Snyder-Morse and David Morse, Peyton Lane S. Morse Legacy Foundation, Peyton Morse was a City of Watertown Fire Fighter who was killed in 2021.  The mission of the Peyton Lane S. Morse Legacy Foundation is committed to honoring Peyton’s legacy of love for his community, the fire service and his belief in the equality and fair treatment for all.


2018      $357,819.51

2019      $360,356.36

2020      $160,415.77

2021      $546,793.40

2022      $362,864.28