Capital City Bank awards $5,000 to community groups

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Capital City Bank Group Foundation has awarded $5,000 to several local organizations.
CCBG Foundation donates funds to charitable organizations in the communities Capital City Bank serves.
During the 2017 grant cycle, the foundation reinvested $5,000 into the Wakulla community by way of grants awarded to organizations including Florida Wild Mammal Association, Keep Wakulla County Beautiful and Panacea Waterfronts Florida Partnership.
The grants provided by the CCBG Foundation help these organizations and others like them fulfill their missions and enhance the lives of hundreds of local citizens.
“We’re thankful we are able to help organizations like these make a difference within the communities they serve,” said Amy Geiger, Capital City Bank president of Wakulla County. “Community involvement has always been a hallmark of Capital City Bank and by investing in worthwhile organizations such as these, the Capital City Bank Group Foundation can help build stronger communities.”
 The CCBG Foundation is a non-profit organization created in 1983 by Capital City Bank Group that provides grants to non-profit, charitable organizations and institutions exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The mission of the CCBG Foundation is to invest in initiatives that benefit local communities.
A majority of the funds are distributed to specific areas of focus, including: arts/culture, children/youth services, economic/community development, education, health/sciences and human services.
Applications are reviewed once a year and are due by April 1.
For more information on the Capital City Bank Group Foundation, visit www.ccbgfoundation.org.