Employees who tested our new digital banking platform say it’s “awesome,” “snazzy” and “easy to use,” – your turn is coming soon. New features include account aggregation, powerful savings and budgeting tools, and a responsive design on your phone, tablet and desktop.
You can talk about money all day long (or ignore it as many parents do) but the best way for kids to learn how to manage money is by doing it. Cathie Sherer, manager of our branch on Dave Lyle Boulevard, says her girls have learned a lot about money through Girl Scout cookie sales and by raising pigs for a 4-H project.
Even if you hate technology, it’s everywhere and here to stay. In fact, the Internet of Things (IoT) is just going to get more prevalent. Therefore, it’s a good idea to keep security tips in mind when turning on your mobile device or computer and hopping on the Internet.
Four Family Trust branches have an art show going on thanks to paintings on loan from the Catawba River Art Guild. Nines pieces from four artists can be found in branches on Albright and Ebenezer roads, White Street and in York. The pieces will be on loan through December and are available for purchase.
You may have seen the news of yet another local bank being acquired to form a larger institution, but we pride ourselves on being a financial partner that won’t get swallowed up by a competitor. We’ve been helping our neighbors for 60 years and are going strong.
Take 250 pounds of manure and two truckloads of soil, mix with vegetables, and add employee dedication to get a garden we hope will produce all summer for our neighbors at Pilgrims’ Inn.
Family Trust’s art project with Winthrop University students was recognized Sunday with a Medal of Honor in the Arts presented by the university for artistic excellence, support or patronage.
You know the basics of budgeting – spend less than you earn. But with our new digital banking platform coming this spring you’ll be able to see how much you spend in any category and track savings at the same time.
We’re so excited about being 60 years old that we made a video about it. Look for Family Trust faces and places and hear employees tell our story.
It was like a family reunion Tuesday at Family Trust’s 2017 Annual Meeting at First Baptist Church in Rock Hill. More than 380 attended the meeting, where food was collected for Project Hope as part of the credit union’s 60th Anniversary celebration.