Bank of the Islands Gives to FISH Through WLOI Program

provided to Santiva Chronicle

Bank V.P. Willy Ocasio, F.I.S.H. Exec. Dir. Alicia Tighe, Winner Diane Horton, and Bank V.P. – Private Client Relations David Lowden. Photo provided

Bank of the Islands recently made its latest non-profit donation through its “We Love Our Islands” program. The lucky winner, Diane Horton, was spotted with a “We Love Our Islands” decal on her vehicle, winning her the right to select which local non-profit organization would receive a charitable contribution from Bank of the Islands. Horton chose to donate her winnings of $1,400 to F.I.S.H. of Sanibel-Captiva. That donation marks $88,800 given away to date through Bank of the Islands’ We Love Our Islands program.

“Bank of the Islands is proud to be a longstanding F.I.S.H. supporter,” said Willy Ocasio, Bank of the Islands Vice President and Sanibel-Captiva Office Manager. “We help share the news of their good work by sponsoring their annual report, and are always appreciative when islanders drop off contributions for the F.I.S.H. food pantry at our bank lobby collection site. On a personal note, it’s my great honor to serve on the F.I.S.H. Board of Directors. Helping F.I.S.H. through our We Love Our Islands program is a great way to show how much we appreciate being your island bank!”

All islanders are invited to visit the bank’s Sanibel or Captiva office to learn more about the “We Love Our Islands” program and how you and your favorite charity can become our next lucky winners.

Bank of the Islands, a name synonymous with island community banking since 1974, is located at 1699 Periwinkle Way, at the corner of Casa Ybel Road, on Sanibel. The Captiva office is at 14812 Captiva Drive, next to the Captiva Post Office. As the oldest locally owned and managed community bank on the islands, Bank of the Islands is proud to be the winner of 44 “Best of the Islands” awards since 1999, including being chosen the Best Island Bank for 21 years straight.

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