January 2016
10 Years Investing in Community
Reflecting on the last ten years and looking forward to what's still to come.

South Carolina Community Loan Fund announced that Tony Woody has been appointed Chairman of its Board of Directors. He succeeds Karen Abrams, who had served in the role since 2013. Tony, a Professional Engineer and Partner with Thomas and Hutton ...»

SCCLF is now hiring for full-time, part-time, internship, and work study positions. Loan Officer (Midlands): The Loan Officer will be responsible for the growth, management, and soundness of SCCLF's loan portfolio in Midlands SC. The loan officer will.. Read More...»
The elevator doors open and before you can turn the corner to enter the beautiful Élevé Restaurant at the Grand Bohemian Hotel Charleston, you immediately feel the energy that is electrifying the room...Read More...»
SCCLF has launched a monthly food access newsletter in an effort to keep the public informed on food access related policy updates, programs, news and events taking place throughout the state. Check out the first edition of the newsletter at http://conta.cc/1ZQmrWv....»
Upcoming Events
January 28th  l 7:00pm-9:00pm l Summerville, SC
After whittling down public preferences and modeling multiple options for their funding and operational feasibility, this final round of meetings offers short term, mid-range, and long term recommendations to make transit a viable option for the Charleston Area.  More Information
February 17th  l 1:00pm-4:00pm l Allendale, SC
The workshop will provide an introduction to SCCLF's policies and application package, and participants will have an opportunity to ask questions about the lending process. SCCLF representatives will also be available following the workshop to discuss individual projects. More Information
Since 2004, we have provided 275 loans for $22.8 million in f inancing
that facilitated more than $196 million in community development projects; we
financed 1,143 housing units, 3 healthy food outlets, 4 community facilities, and 5
c ommunity businesses, creating or retaining 3,131 jobs and providing a safe,
affordable place to call home for 2,858 individuals and families.