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November 21, 2023
AgFirst receives state chamber’s Excellence in Workplace Diversity award
AgFirst was presented the 2023 Excellence in Workplace Diversity award earlier this month by the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce. The annual awards program recognizes companies in the Palmetto...
November 16, 2023
AgFirst’s workforce campaign raises $167,000 for United Way of the Midlands
AgFirst’s annual United Way workplace campaign shows the impact the bank’s workforce can make when it unites for a common goal of a brighter, more prosperous future for our neighbors in need. During...
October 31, 2023
Making Change: Stacie Davis uplifts community through Ivy Heritage Foundation
For AgFirst Lead Auditor Stacie Davis, the connection between the bank and the Ivy Heritage Foundation of Irmo, Inc. (IHF ) goes beyond a simple donation – it's a testament to the unwavering community...
October 12, 2023
Stacy Williams named Young Professional of the Year by Columbia Chamber
During a recent event that brought together the very essence of leadership and community engagement, AgFirst Corporate Attorney Stacy Williams received the Young Professional of the Year Award from...
September 13, 2023
Farm Credit institutions support Model Farm Program
With an annual economic impact of $52 billion, agribusiness has a profound impact as South Carolina’s largest industry. To increase the visibility that Black farmers play in agriculture and share best...
August 31, 2023
Three agriculture students receive Native American and Latino scholarships
Three college students within the AgFirst District have each been awarded $3,000 to further their studies by the Bank’s Native American and Latino Scholarship Program. AgFirst has partnered with the...
July 31, 2023
AgFirst interns attending HBCUs receive 2023 Launching Leaders Stipend
Five AgFirst interns were recently awarded this year’s Farm Credit Launching Leaders Stipend. Keshawn Burns, Joshua Brooks, Nabeyou Tadessa, Brandon Brown and Jeremiah Jenkins (not pictured) were each...
July 5, 2023
Making Change: AgFirst's Hampton Jordan serving an organization close to his heart
For the past quarter of a century, the YMCA has been an integral part of AgFirst Vice President and Relationship Manager Hampton Jordan’s life. Jordan grew up attending summer camps at his local YMCA...
May 11, 2023
AgFirst earns three awards for its support of United Way of the Midlands
AgFirst Farm Credit Bank received three awards from the United Way of the Midlands during the organization’s recent Live United awards presentation in Columbia.
March 27, 2023
AgFirst, partners support event spotlighting South Carolina agriculture
South Carolina’s agricultural industry has been a vital component of the Palmetto State’s economy for hundreds of years and remains one of the largest economic sectors in the state today. That’s why AgFirst and partner Associations Arbor One Farm Credit and AgSouth Farm Credit came together to support this year’s Spotlight on Agriculture and Forestry event hosted by the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce.
January 18, 2023
AgFirst board approves $342 million in patronage for 2022
As part of AgFirst’s cooperative business model, a portion of net income is returned through patronage to the bank’s Association lending partners who provide funding to rural America and agriculture.
January 10, 2023
AgFirst welcomes new director to its board
Alfred W. “Al” Stephens began his term on Jan. 1 and will continue to serve until Dec. 31, 2026. Directors Jack W. Bentley Jr. and Michael T. “Bo” Stone were re-elected to four-year terms also ending Dec. 31, 2026.
January 9, 2023
AgFirst’s Stacy Williams receives Equity Leadership Honor Roll Award from Columbia Urban League
AgFirst Corporate Attorney Stacy Williams received the Equity Leadership Honor Roll Award from the Columbia Urban League, which recognizes individuals, groups and organizations who promote minority business development.
December 30, 2022
AgFirst’s charitable contributions support multiple communities in 2022
AgFirst donated more than $700,000 to organizations that advance and support agriculture, community development, education, and health and human services.
November 22, 2022
AgFirst donates $165,000 to United Way of the Midlands during annual workplace campaign
During AgFirst's United Way workplace campaign this year, our employees and retirees generously raised $115,000 to make our community a better place.
November 16, 2022
AgFirst welcomes Darrick Paul as new Chief Human Resources Officer
AgFirst Farm Credit Bank is pleased to welcome our new Chief Human Resources Officer Darrick Paul.
October 7, 2022
AgFirst, CoBank, Farm Credit Bank of Texas and Farmer Mac participate in hurricane relief effort
AgFirst, CoBank, Farm Credit Bank of Texas and Farmer Mac joined together to provide $325,000 in relief aid for those hard hit by Hurricanes.
October 5, 2022
Employees instilling a renewed sense of hope at Transitions Homeless Center
Two AgFirst employees are helping to instill a renewed sense of possibility and hope for those who turn to the Transitions Homeless Center.
September 22, 2022
AgFirst Named South Carolina State University Career Center Employer of the Year
South Carolina State University named AgFirst as its Career Center Employer of the Year for tour contributions to the joint Partnering for Progress initiative.
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