Family Trust recently awarded two $500 Martin Luther King Jr. scholarships to two non-traditional Clinton College students, Cynthia Long and Patrice Cherry, both of Rock Hill.
Your account security is a top priority for us at Family Trust. Apple issued an important security update for mobile devices this week. We sent an email to our mobile banking users with an Apple iPhone or iPad to ensure you maintain the most secure mobile banking connection.
You should install this update as soon as possible so your information is safe. Please download and install iOS 7.0.6. If you’re using iOS 6, download and install 6.1.6.
Data security breaches are a serious problem for both consumers and businesses. Financial institutions, such as Family Trust, bear the additional burden of re-establishing member cards and safety after a data breach occurs. Most consumers do not realize the scope of these breaches and would be surprised by costs associated with rectifying them.
Lee Gardner, Family Trust President & CEO, was among seven people who received the Come-See-Me Festival’s Community Service Merit award at its annual kick-off breakfast today at the Rock Hill County Club. He was nominated for his work with the Rock Hill School District Foundation Board.
With educational costs continuously on the rise, extra money to pay for college can go a long way in helping you get off to a good start financially. Family Trust is offering two opportunities for students to earn money for college.
Our 5th annual Elements of Money Tweet for College Scholarship is underway.
Is purchasing a new home on your list for 2014? It’s a great time to buy before rates significantly increase, and we can help get you started with our free “Homebuying Made Easy” workshop on Tuesday, February 4 at our Fort Mill branch located at 430 Mercantile Place. The workshop begins at 6:30.
You’ll learn how to qualify for a mortgage, the steps of the home-buying process, and financing options.
When Family Trust’s new headquarters opens in 2015, art created by Winthrop University students will tell the story of our history and our impact in the community. Five students have been commissioned to create six pieces of art for the lobby, a community room, an employee canteen and the board room.
Nancy Nelson and Suli Muqit know that changing old financial habits takes work. Over the last year, they more closely monitored household bills and established an emergency fund. Is it time for you to make some changes, too?
Small donations made a big impact on four York County non-profits, which recently received a total $12,000 from the Family Trust Employee Fundraising Committee. The contributions couldn’t happen without our members who purchased stuffed animals, coupon books and candy bars at branches in 2013.
Family Trust is in the process of reissuing credit and debit cards to members impacted by the Target breach. New debit cards will come with a new personal identification number (PIN). Members involved will be notified by mail.