Capitol In the Community

Capitol Bank, locally-owned and operated, is committed to serving the communities in which we live, work and do business.

We are proud of the partnerships we have established with organizations, businesses and individuals in the Madison and Verona communities. Our philosophy of community support is demonstrated at the corporate level, as well as in the time and energy our employees devote to our community each year.

Capitol Bank employees support the Lussier Center with holiday gifts for the Giving Tree

 December 2013

Capitol Bank Makes $500 Donation

December 2013
Each holiday season, we give back to a community-minded organization.  This year Capitol Bank made a $500 donation to The Madison Symphony Orchestra, to help nurture growth and enrichment in our community.

United Way Campaign

For 2013 we joined together as a team to support United Way with donations totalling $2,110.  Our donations are kept local and used efficiently, focusing on our community's most urgent needs.

Change for Children

November 2013

Capitol Bank was proud to sponsor Change for Children, which was a fun and easy way for people to support patients and families at American Family children's Hospital. From November 4 through the 27th, Mix 105.1 FM and American Family Children's Hospital teamed up by providing a large glass "bank" in front of Macy's at Hilldale Mall in Madison, to collect donations.  The glass bank was maintained, emptied and counted by the Capitol Bank staff.  All proceeds support the Child Life program that helps make life in the hospital less scary for kids. Child Life specialists are trained to help calm the anxiety kids may have during their hospital stay.

American Heart Association Heart Walk

September 2013
We extend heartfelt appreciation to all employees, family and friends who donated to and took part in the American Heart Association's 21st Annual Heart Walk on October 12 at Warner Park.


Washington D.C. Trip

September 2013
Gary Kuter, Vice President / Chief Compliance Officer joined other Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA) staff and Wisconsin bankers in September in Washington D.C. to address issues including Basel III, qualified mortgage rules and GSE policy. Senior staff at the OCC, CFPB, FDIC and FHFA had one-on-one meetings with bankers to explain the impact these issues are having on our banks and customers. This was simply the latest regulatory advocacy effort by WBA on behalf of the industry.

Ken Thompson was elected Chairman of the AGRACE Foundation Board.

Derek Moehring was recently elected treasurer of the Rotary Club of Madison West Towne-Middleton. 

Capitol Xpress Takes Banking to Seniors

Capitol Xpress Takes Banking to Seniors

Click here to learn how we provide banking through a service called Capitol Xpress for the seniors in our community. Jim Wermuth visits twelve retirement homes weekly.

Capitol Bank supports a number of community organizations and initiatives, including:

American Family Children’s Hospital  MATC Math Club
American Heart Association MDA
Big Brothers/Big Sisters Middleton Area Development Corporation
Boys and Girls Club of Dane County Middleton Baseball/Softball Commission
Common Wealth Development Middleton Chamber
Dane County Hockey Officials Movin' Out
Dane County Housing Authority NARI
Downtown Madison, Inc. Optimist Clubs
Energy Services Partners in Foster Care
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Project Home
Friends of the Waisman Center Rhapsody Arts Center
Habitat for Humanity Rotary Clubs
HospiceCare Second Harvest Food Bank
Junior League of Madison Sequoia Branch Library Remodeling 
Keep Wisconsin Warm Fund United Cerebral Palsy
Local Churches Verona Chamber of Commerce
Lussier Family Center Verona High School Annual Food Drive
MABA Verona Kiwanas
Madison Development Corporation Verona Library
Madison Library - Alicia Ashman Branch Verona Lions Club
Madison Symphony Orchestra  
March of Dimes  

Capitol Bank's employees also offer their time and talents in support of a number of local charities and community organizations. We are proud to be deeply-rooted in the communities we call home!