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South georgia bank

South georgia bank

South georgia bank

The city of Americus, GA is blessed with two nationally-recognized assets: the world-renowned Clayton County Courthouse and the South Georgia State Bank. Now, thanks to the romanticism of time, and the talent of a historic specialist, the bank is being transformed into an oasis of history, demonstrating the progress of Old South Georgia.Don’t want near a bank? or a bank that isn’t local to you? Let South Georgia Bank be your go to banking company.

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South Georgia Banking Company does not make it a practice to comment on politics, legislation, or any other matters in Washington, DC. However, we feel compelled to inform our customers about a troubling proposed provision buried in the American Families Plan that would impact your financial privacy. Being one of only four banks in Georgia that is CDFI-certified is one way South Georgia Banking Company lives the bank’s commitment to community impact. Banks with the Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) designation have a mission of community development, focusing on the underserved communities, and striving to improve the social and economic conditions in their service area.

The goal of CDFI is to expand economic opportunity in low-income communities by providing access to financial products and services for local residents and businesses. Why this is a big deal: Because South Georgia Banking Company has a focus on serving financially distressed areas, the bank is designated as a CDFI certified institution which means SGBC is able to process loans for people and businesses who may not otherwise qualify, leading to more opportunities and improved lives. Help South Georgia Banking Company “Spread the Hope” as a part of Georgia Peanut Bank week by donating a jar of peanut butter! The collected jars will be given to local food banks in our service area, including Tift, Colquitt, Turner, Crisp, Dooly, and Worth counties. You may drop off your jar at any SGBC branch from October 1 – 29 and we’ll deliver the boxes of peanut butter jars to the food banks. [If possible, please donate plastic jars]. (Source: www.sgbconline.com)

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