ATLANTA -- The Young Professionals Group at Capitol City Bank and Trust Company granted Christmas wishes by purchasing gifts for children at Carrie Steele-Pitts Home.
Carrie Steele-Pitts Home is a private, nonprofit child caring agency that provides 24-hour, state-approved residency for neglected, abandoned, abused, or orphaned children, according to the organization.
Capitol City Bank has a long-standing tradition of serving the community and the gifts for needy children at Carrie Steele-Pitts is a continuation of that mission.
Members of the Young Professionals Group came together from each of the bank's four local branches to purchase items from the children's wish lists.
"We are in this community to make a difference," said John L. Turner, President/CEO of Capitol City Bank and Trust Company. "We have a very caring team of employees that always rise to the occasion and support efforts to uplift our community. I am especially proud of our Young Professionals Group at the bank for their commitment to serving our community."
In addition to Carrie Steele-Pitts Home, Capitol City Bank and Trust Company supports various community and civic organizations throughout Georgia and South Carolina.