Capital City Bank Raises $10,000 for Hurricane Idalia Relief

Hurricane Ida ReliefCapital City Bank rose to the aid of those affected by Hurricane Idalia in its hometown communities of Perry and Madison by initiating a relief campaign spanning its entire corporate footprint. Donations made by Capital City Associates through its “Together We are Strong” t-shirt fundraiser were combined with a 50% match by the Capital City Bank Group Foundation to provide total support of $10,000. Contributions were allocated among two local community-support organizations, including the Second Harvest of the Big Bend’s food bank for their distributions in Madison, Florida, and the Taylor County 4-H Foundation backpack program in Perry, Florida.

“At Capital City Bank, supporting our communities is the cornerstone of our core values, and it’s a commitment that runs deep. Every day, we fulfill our pledge – ‘More than your bank. Your banker.’ – through our service in the banking offices and out in the community,” said Marvin Brooks, Capital City Bank president of Madison and Taylor counties. “We are honored by the outpouring of compassion from our associates as we all work together to ease the suffering caused by the storm."