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.

Organizations we’re involved with:

American Family Children’s Hospital
American Heart Association
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Boys and Girls Club of Dane County
Common Wealth Development
Dane County Hockey Officials
Dane County Housing Authority
Downtown Madison, Inc.
Energy Services
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Friends of the Waisman Center
Habitat for Humanity
Junior League of Madison
Keep Wisconsin Warm Fund
Local Churches
Lussier Family Center
Madison Development Corporation
Madison Library – Alicia Ashman Branch
Madison Symphony Orchestra
March of Dimes

MATC Math Club
Middleton Area Development Corporation
Middleton Baseball/Softball Commission
Middleton Chamber
Movin’ Out
Optimist Clubs
Partners in Foster Care
Project Home
Rhapsody Arts Center
Rotary Clubs
Second Harvest Food Bank
Sequoia Branch Library Remodeling
United Cerebral Palsy
Verona Chamber of Commerce
Verona High School Annual Food Drive
Verona Kiwanas
Verona Library
Verona Lions Club

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!

Recent Posts

June 12, 2020 in Announcements, Community Involvement

Ken Thompson, WBA Chair-Elect

Ken Thompson, president and CEO of Capitol Bank, Madison, will serve as the 2020-2021 chair-elect of the Wisconsin Bankers Association (WBA). In this role, Ken will work with several other…
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May 12, 2020 in Announcements, Community Involvement

Capitol Bank Receives FHLBank of Chicago Grant to Support COVID-19 Relief

Madison, WI (May 12, 2020): Capitol Bank, through their partnership with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago (FHLBank Chicago), has received a $20,000 grant for the purpose of providing…
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April 27, 2020 in Announcements, Community Involvement

Capitol Bank Highlight Video to Commemorate Power of Community Week During Covid-19

Wisconsin Bankers Association puts on the Power of Community Week every April to highlight all the contributions that Wisconsin's community banks make to their communities. In the era of Covid-19,…
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