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Our Story

The credit union difference

Our Story

Today we find ourselves new. We are residents of York County. We are over 40,000 in number and growing. We are Family Trust:

  • Financial professionals working on your opportunities in life.
  • Board, committee members and staff involved in the community.
  • Members and stakeholders, just like you.

History

1957: Opening in a stock room, the RHP&F Federal Credit Union helped textile workers consolidate debts and save for milestones in their life.

1988: Became Family Trust Federal Credit Union and years later, a new charter allowed us to serve anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in York County.

Today: Family Trust lives the credit union philosophy of “people helping people.” We are dedicated to members and the community and strive to offer a helping hand when needed.

2015 Buzzies Award

Voted Best Bank/Credit Union

2014 Buzzies Award

Voted Best Bank/Credit Union

2013 Buzzies Award

Voted Best Bank/Credit Union & Best Overall Customer Service

2012 Buzzies Award

Voted Best Bank/Credit Union, Best Overall Customer Service & Best Place to Work

Our Passion Lies With Our People

As a credit union cooperatively owned by our members, you will never find us using profits to please a few stockholders. Rather, we’re devoted to helping our members achieve financial success. We are members leading members, collaborating on ways to serve you better. Our volunteer board and committees include:

  • Board of Directors (pictured right)
  • Supervisory Committee
  • Advisory Committees

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