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 2019 we’ve contributed over 130 volunteer hours to over local charities and donated over $100,000!
The 2019 Family Trust Annual Charity Golf Tournament celebrated its eleventh year and raised over $30,000 for three charities: Habitat for Humanity of York County, The Rock Hill Education Foundation, and The York County Disabilities Foundation, Miracle Park Project.
How much of your Holiday shopping list have you tackled this year? Or did you just start your Holiday shopping? Either way, you can earn extra Awards points while you’re out checking items off your list.
Are you looking for a way to give back this Holiday season? Have you considered a Blood Drive? Family Trust is teaming up with the American Red Cross and will be hosting our first blood drive on Friday, November 15th.
Family Trust Federal Credit Union was grateful to receive a first place Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award from the Carolina’s Credit Union League. This is the second time the credit union has won the award in the past three years.
The holidays are a joyful time, but often times they cause unnecessary financial stress. With a budget and planning, your holidays can become a little less stressful.
What would an extra $500 do for you in your classroom? Teachers have through Nov. 18 to apply for a Family Trust Teacher Grant to help them create exciting and interactive lessons for their students.
When you apply for credit, lenders determine your credit risk by examining your credit scores, also known as FICO® scores. Each of the three main credit bureaus — Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax — keeps credit information about you that is used to calculate your FICO scores. This includes your payment history, the amount of money you owe, the length of your credit history and the number of recently opened credit accounts.
The finance counseling process is member driven, based on your situation, needs and objectives. I offer counseling on a variety of topics, including: preventative, budget, credit, and productive counseling. If you’re just starting out in life, facing financial difficulties, need advice on repairing and building credit, or just want to develop a spending plan that will help you meet your financial goals, I would love to talk with you!