Bridge Branch: Full Steam Ahead

In early 2019 we announced the purchase of a 12,000-square-foot building located at the corner of College Parkway and McGregor Boulevard. Our construction partners continue to work diligently and the building is on track to open in June.  Our newest and largest location will house our operations center and eighth branch. The Bridge Branch will feature two drive-thru lanes, drive-up ATM, night drop, training facilities, multiple conference rooms and safe deposit boxes. For updates on the progress of the…

A Message about COVID-19

Dear SanCap Customers and Friends,  Unfortunately, the coronavirus (COVID-19) has claimed the life of one Southwest Florida resident and, to date, there are over 26 positive cases involving Florida residents.  For weeks, we have been following guidelines from health experts and agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and are now increasing our precautionary measures to ensure the safety and health of our customers and team members. Currently at all locations we are taking the following steps to…

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank’s Veronica LeBlanc elected to Southwest Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce board of directors

FORT MYERS, Fla. (Feb. 3, 2020) – Veronica LeBlanc, Sanibel Captiva Community Bank’s vice president and Gateway office manager, has been elected to the Southwest Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce board of directors. LeBlanc joined Sanibel Captiva Community Bank in 2017 to lead the bank’s Gateway branch. She manages daily operations and customer relationships, including business and consumer banking. With close to 15 years of banking experience, she has helped the Gateway branch grow and…

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank’s Amy McQuagge elected to Pace Center for Girls of Lee County board of directors

FORT MYERS, Fla. (Feb. 3, 2020) – Amy McQuagge, Sanibel Captiva Community Bank’s vice president and director of marketing, has been elected to Pace Center for Girls of Lee County’s board of directors. McQuagge joined the bank in 2018 as the organization’s first in-house marketing director and is responsible for providing direction, guidance and leadership of the bank’s marketing and community outreach efforts. Prior to joining the bank, she was the senior marketing and event…

Robbie’s Riders, Grampy’s Charities and Sanibel Captiva Community Bank will present custom-made, adaptive bicycles to local special needs children

WHAT At the 3rd Annual Grampy’s Pro-Am Golf Tournament benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southwest Florida and presented by Sanibel Captiva Community Bank, four adaptive bicycles will be presented to Southwest Florida children and their families. One very unique bike will be given away to an 8-year-old girl whose vision is very limited. The bike allows another person to sit next to her to steer and assist with pedaling. Additionally, a fifth child will…

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank’s Beth Countryman honored with the African Network of SWFL’s 2019 Service to Africa Award

Beth Countryman was honored at the African Network of SWFL’s (ANSWFL) Annual Gala Saturday, Nov. 16 at the Crowne Plaza Fort Myers with the Service to Africa Award. The award is given to a Southwest Floridian who has worked selflessly and tirelessly towards the improvement of the lives of people in the African continent.  Beth lead the charge to change the way ANSWFL fundraises to support their projects.  Using her extensive banking experience she implemented…

Sanibel Captiva Community Bank replaces random $20s for $50s in downtown branch ATM for March Art Walk

During the River District Alliance’s Art Walk Friday, March 1, lucky Sanibel Captiva Community Bank patrons at the downtown branch ATM could once again receive a special surprise – a $30 windfall. The ATM will issue an undetermined number of $50 bills in place of $20 bills. The ATM is located at 1533 Hendry Street, Unit 100, in the historic Edison Theater building. “We’re excited to be the main sponsor of Art Walk featuring the…