“Family” and friends will gather once again at this year’s annual meeting on Tuesday, March 22, at the Baxter Hood Center at York Technical College in Rock Hill. The doors open at 5 p.m. with food served until the business meeting begins at 6:00.
Criminal dishonesty is something that will never go away. It just takes on new forms as society changes. From the earliest days of banking, criminals understood that money was in the banks and that’s why they robbed them, usually at gun point.
Mobile banking continues to be a top priority at Family Trust. Last year, we released several new features – Quick Balance, Touch ID, and Card Controls – to name a few. We’ve got more planned this year. Here’s a look at some of the mobile features we expect in 2016.
At Family Trust, we do everything we can to protect you and your data – and fraud continues to be at an all-time high. Here are steps you can take to keep yourself safe:
Tips to stay financially fit, mortgages from start to finish, and Apple Pay is now available. All this and more in our spring newsletter.
Family Trust won second place in the Credit Union National Association’s Louise Herring Philosophy-in-Action award for its “Buy Local. Bank Local” campaign during the 2014 holiday shopping season. The campaign encouraged members to shop locally and rewarded debit card users when they shopped in York County. The campaign prompted over 20,000 cardholders to spend $17 million locally.
Family Trust now offers members access to Apple Pay, a new category of service that will transform mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to pay.
It’s still winter, but we’re dreaming of spring. Once again, we’ll host our Charity Golf Tournament that benefits the Palmetto School at the Children’s Attention Home, Safe Passage and the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Our eighth annual Charity Golf Tournament on Tuesday, May 21 begins at 9 a.m. at Rock Hill Country Golf Club.
Cooking, finances, and the immigration experience are just a few of the lessons that will come alive for students in York and Chester counties thanks to grants from Family Trust for creative classroom lessons.
Mercedes Cain, a Northwestern High School graduate, earned $1,250 for college with just one tweet (Yep, a tweet). Now a freshman exercise science and athletic training major at College of Charleston, Mercedes realizes how helpful extra money can be when funding your college dreams. Family Trust is once again offering two opportunities for to help members pay for college.