Your Community 2017-09-15T20:56:41+00:00

AmeriFirst Bank— in your community

The staff, officers, and directors of AmeriFirst Bank are very active in local and civic organizations in an effort to assist these organizations to meet their commitments to the community, as well as allow the Bank to inform these organizations and its members of how we intend to meet their needs and the needs of the individuals in the community.

AmeriFirst Latest Events:

FDIC-Consumer-News-Summer-2017

FDIC-Consumer-News-Summer-2017 10 Scams Targeting Bank Customers The basics on how to protect your personal information and your money The FDIC often hears from bank customers who believe they may be the victims of financial fraud or theft, and our staff members provide information on where and how to report suspicious activity. To help further, [...]

AmeriFirst Bank Mobile Blood Drive

CHOOSE TO STAND OUT!!! Be a Red Cross Blood Donor.   AmeriFirst Bank Blood Drive Wednesday, January 11, 2017 9am - 2pm Bloodmobile- 8165 Vaughn Rd. (Each donor will received a gift!) Who can Donate??? Anyone 17 and older!   Rapidpass (0nline health history) will be available on the day [...]

Beware of Malware

October 2016 Volume 11, Issue 10 Beware of Malware From the Desk of Thomas F. Duffy, Chair, MS‐ISAC Happy Cyber Security Awareness Month! October is not only National Cyber Security Awareness Month, it is also a time celebrate Halloween. Just like the disguises the trick’r’treaters wear, malware can use “costumes” to disguise what it is, [...]

AmeriFirst Bank Mobile App is complete

AmeriFirst Bank Mobile App is complete The AmeriFirst Bank Mobile App is complete with the NEW LOGO and ALL the updates.  With the updates you can now: View checks that have cleared your accounts (front and back) View statements (up to six months) Select your landing page Change account display order The Touch ID ***For [...]

Our Community Participation

The Directors, Officers, and Employees of AmeriFirst Bank are very active in the Bullock, Montgomery, Autauga and Lee County Communities. The activities of these persons include, but are not limited to:

  • American Heart Association
  • American Cancer Society
  • Chunnenuggee Fair Committee
  • Montgomery Incubator Program
  • River Region United Way
  • Friendship Missionary Homeless Outreach Program
  • Historical Society
  • Prattville Chamber of Commerce
  • Goodwill Industries of Central Alabama
  • Lions Club
  • Bullock County Planning Commission
  • Bullock County Cattlemen’s Association
  • Bullock County Tourism Council
  • Field Trial Association
  • Bullock County Chamber of Commerce
  • Bullock County Development Authority
  • Bullock County Humane Society
  • Exchange Club
  • Montgomery Chamber of Commerce Committee 100