While we continue to serve our members, we are taking extra precautions to keep everyone safe. With the rising coronavirus cases in NC, we'd like to provide a few updates and reminders regarding our branch operations:
Raleigh, NC – AgCarolina Farm Credit completed the 2020 director election online and by mail on December 3. The ballots were tabulated by an independent third party, and the results have been certified and provided to AgCarolina. Stuart Pierce, Jr. was elected to Region 3 (serving Bertie, Northampton, and Hertford counties), Mark A. Wellons was elected to Region 5 (serving Johnston County), and Rodney D. Smith was elected to Region 10 (serving Jones, Lenoir, Craven, Carteret, and Onslow counties).
AgCarolina Farm Credit Voting Stockholders: For the first time this year, you will be able to vote online for the 2020 Director Election! Ballots will be mailed the week of November 9th to all eligible voting stockholders. Votes may be cast by returning the ballot in the self-addressed stamped envelope or conveniently voting online. Instructions for online voting will be included in the ballot mailed to you. You can view the director candidate information in the Annual Meeting Information Statement you received by mail or by clicking on the link below.
Raleigh, NC — AgCarolina Farm Credit announces the launch of its Member Assistance Program (MAP). A MAP is a company-sponsored benefit offering support and resources needed to address personal or work-related challenges and concerns.
A Member Assistance Program (MAP) is a company-sponsored benefit that offers the support and resources you need to address personal or work-related challenges and concerns. It's confidential and free to you and your household family members. Help is available 24/7/365 at 800.633.3353.
Every day since mid-May, a large cadre of folks across the state have been working together to deliver fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, and dairy products to those in need. It is part of the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box program that was put in place as part of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Working at AgCarolina has been a very fun and educational experience. My first two weeks were very hectic. With everything going on in the world my internship is cut very short but everything still needs to get done.