Golf for Local Causes May 24

Helping others is what it’s all about – and at Family Trust, we’re gearing up to do just that with our annual Charity Golf Tournament on May 24th at Rock Hill Country Club.

Children and families are once again at the heart. Proceeds will benefit the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics, Safe Passage, and the Palmetto School at the Children’s Attention Home.


Social Engineering: What Is It?

Social engineering is a method of using human interaction to convince people to break their normal security processes. It can utilize technology, but it isn’t necessary in order to reach a goal. It’s been around since the beginning of time and although it has a modern name, it really is just a con-game for hackers.


Stomping Out Cancer: Relay for Life May 7

Family Trust employees will circle a track from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. May 7 at York Middle School in an effort to stamp out cancer during Relay for Life Western York County.

About 15 employees from branches on Ebenezer Road and in York plan to sell candy apples, cotton candy, peanuts, bake goods, and popcorn at their “food fair” booth. Participants can play games for 50 cents each.