While you are out enjoying summer fun, remember that it’s easy to find a free ATM when you need one -whether in Charlotte, Columbia or along the coast at Myrtle Beach.
No one won a car for a hole-in-one at the Family Trust Charity Golf Tournament, but children in York County got a prize anyway. More than $30,000 in proceeds will be given to the Children’s Attention Home, the Palmetto School at the Children’s Attention Home and the Boys & Girls Clubs of York County.
Buying a house is perhaps the biggest investment most folks make in their lifetime. It’s important to do it right. Family Trust’s Mortgage Service Center can help you get started by answering some common questions.
Used to be, no one paid much attention to their credit score or its impact on their pocketbook. But today, most folks know that the score is used for personal loans and credit cards, and plays a big role in getting a mortgage.
Scott Fletcher knows it will take hard work and more than a little bit of money, but he challenged his peers to become millionaire entrepreneurs by age 25. His ambition and passion earned him a $1,000 scholarship for his service to the Family Trust Youth Advisory Board, which ended its year Thursday with a celebration for Scott and three other seniors.
Elise Denney, a senior at Westminster Catawba Christian School, won $1,250 in scholarships for a tweet she posted as part of the Tweet for College scholarship program sponsored by Elements of Money™.
At 11 months old, Braelyn can’t even walk and she’s already got a tattoo. Well, not a real one. Her mom insisted she get a temporary strawberry tattoo on her cheek at the Family Trust table at Fort Mill’s Strawberry Festival last weekend.
Where’s the best place to save money – A) in a piggy bank, B) under the mattress, or C) at a credit union? Kids at the Boys & Girls Clubs of York County know that “c” is the best answer. And they can thank Family Trust’s Youth Advisory Board for the valuable lesson.
Family Trust is doing Come-See-Me in a big way – from sponsoring the 5K and the Skydiving Exhibition, to Brite and Apollo appearances at a variety of events. But the greatest contribution is from Erika Bell, a Family Trust member and chairman of our Supervisory Committee, who is serving as this year’s Come-See-Me chair.
More than 500 attended Family Trust’s 56th Annual Meeting on Tuesday at the Baxter Hood Center on Anderson Road, which felt more like a reunion than a business gathering. “My whole family is a member,” said Gloria Self of Rock Hill. “For us, it really is a family affair.”