Report card time in York County is almost here and Explorer’s Club members can earn money for every A they earn on their report cards. Not only does it reward children for good grades, but it also teaches them about personal finance.
Cyber scammers don’t take any time off for the holiday season. In fact, they’re working overtime to take advantage of the spirit of giving.
At Family Trust, we’re dedicated to making members’ lives and finances as easy as possible. Eligible members can skip their auto or personal loan payment anytime for $25 fee up to 2x a year.
Giving Tuesday kicks off the December holidays as the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving. In honor, Family Trust is proud to announce that in 2018 we’ve contributed over 420 volunteer hours to over local charities and donated over $100,000!
Don’t throw caution to the wind to rush through shopping. Use these holiday shopping tips to keep you and your gifts safe this holiday season whether it is online or in store.
The 2018 Family Trust Annual Charity Golf Tournament celebrated its tenth year and raised $30,000 for three charities: Safe Passage, The Palmetto School for at the Children’s Attention Home, and the York County Disabilities Foundation, Miracle Park Project.
The holiday season is now upon us and many people may start to feel the pressure of expenses. Luckily, Family Trust has options to help you through the holidays and keep your finances in check and on track!
You’re locked out of your bank account. Yep. You know you’ve done it numerous times. You have three tries and you just cannot remember that password. Let’s face it. You have a million, or even trillion passwords (maybe this is a bit of an exaggeration) you’re trying to remember at any given time, so it is certainly understandable if you lock yourself out of an account from time to time due to too many tries. Learn the red flags you are a phishing target.
What would an extra $500 do for you in your classroom? Teachers have through Nov. 12 to apply for a Family Trust Teacher Grant to help them create exciting and interactive lessons for their students. This year we’ll give twenty $500 grants for individual and collaborative projects. Over the years, Family Trust has given over $120,000 to more than 383 educators since the Teacher Grant program was established 16 years ago.
We’re celebrating the 70th International Credit Union Day on Thursday, Oct. 18, with a theme of “Find Your Platinum Lining.” This theme combines the traditional 70th anniversary gift of platinum, a play on the saying “every cloud has a silver lining” and a celebration of the platinum-lined differences and the impact credit unions have made for their members and communities.