60 Years in 60 Days


Family Trust began as the Rock Hill Printing and Finishing Company Federal Credit Union. The mission was simple. We wanted to help textile workers at The Bleachery consolidate their debts and save for their future. Today, though we have grown from our humble beginnings, but the mission is the same: We are people helping people who are dedicated to lending a helping hand and giving back to the community. Our credit union has grown from operating out of a stockroom to seven full-service branches in York County, with over 40,000 members.

As part of our 60th celebration, we are highlighting some of our history on social media for the 60 days leading up to International Credit Union (ICU) Day on October 19. This day celebrates the spirit of the global credit union movement, its history, achievements, and member experiences. This year’s theme “Dreams Thrive Here” is about working to better the lives of our members, and helping them reach their financial goals.

Follow us on social media to find historical images, member testimonies, and fun throw-back posts:


In addition, we invite YOU to send us your stories and memories of your credit union. Do you have a memory of opening your account? Was your relative an employee at the Bleachery when the Credit Union opened? If so, we want to hear from you! Use this forum to tell us your story.