Lana Hollier was honored as an Elmer Tabor Generosity Award finalist at the third annual Cape Coral Community Foundation’s Excellence in Nonprofit Performance Yearly Awards (ENPYs) on Oct. 10 at Crowne Plaza Bell Tower in Fort Myers. Hollier was recognized for her volunteer work with Valerie’s House, a Southwest Florida nonprofit dedicated to helping grieving children heal after the loss of a loved one.
She began her involvement with Valerie’s House as a volunteer and has been a board member for two years. Currently, she serves as board secretary. Hollier is also the silent auction chair for the organization’s largest fundraiser and signature event, Sunset Soiree. She has also volunteered for Champions 4 Children, Grace for Chase and Ronald McDonald House Charities Southwest Florida.
The ENPYs celebrate the outstanding work of individuals and organizations in the nonprofit world dedicated to improving the quality of life in their communities. Hollier was recognized, along with two other individuals for the Elmer Tabor Generosity Award, which recognizes outstanding philanthropists in the community who demonstrate exceptional generosity, show civic and charitable responsibility and demonstrate leadership that inspires others to live a life of generosity.
Hollier joined Sanibel Captiva Community Bank in 2004 and is the senior vice president and director of operations. She is responsible for deposit operations, including business and consumer banking.