Bank of the Islands Customer ‘Thank You’ Day is Nov. 22
As Thanksgiving approaches, Bank of the Islands is giving thanks for their customers and island neighbors. On Monday, Nov. 22, all visitors to the bank will receive a special gift for their Thanksgiving celebration.
“This is just a small way we can show how grateful we are to be your island bank,” said Bank of the Islands Vice President/Office Manager Rob Lisenbee. “It’s also an important time to remember those less fortunate, so we hope you will bring a contribution to our Canned Food and New Clothing Drive.”
Donations to the Bank Of The Islands Canned Food and new Clothing Drive will be delivered to The Children’s Advocacy Center of Southwest Florida (CAC). Pretzels, cookies, crackers, juice boxes, cereal, granola bars, applesauce, peanut butter, and pudding cups are particularly requested for the Children’s Advocacy Center. New clothing for newborn to teenage sizes will also be used and appreciated.
“CAC provides urgently needed support and services for abused children in Lee County,” said Lisenbee. “It’s our honor to spearhead a community drive to help as we enter the holiday season.”
Donations for our troops are also being collected. As always, the Bank’s freshly baked cookies and coffee will be available for visitors on Nov. 22 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. All islanders are invited to stop by the bank lobby at the corner of Periwinkle Way and Casa Ybel Road.
The Children’s Advocacy Center is an accredited crisis center that works with sexually and physically abused and neglected children. It is designed to be a safe and friendly place for them to come and be heard and help them get on the road to recovery.
In addition, the center offers abuse determination, therapy, parenting education, offender programs and prevention programs. The center also has a community presence in Pine Manor and East Fort Myers. Children’s Advocacy Center is one of the largest children’s advocacy centers in the state of Florida. The Center recently opened its new Fort Myers at 3830 Evans Avenue, just off Winkler Road, near the Edison Mall.
To learn more about CAC’s work and how you can help, contact Diane Connell at 239-939-2808 or firstname.lastname@example.org.