Buy Local. Bank Local.

Supporting our neighbors by shopping York County

Buy Local. Bank Local.

When you buy locally, $15 of every $100 you spend at a corporate chain in York County is reinvested locally. And for every $100 you spend at a locally-owned business in York County, $45 is reinvested into our community through things like wages, supplies, and utilities. Shopping locally is especially important in SC, which supports local schools with sales tax revenue.

Why Bank Local?

You Benefit

Based in York County, members benefit from personal service, financial guidance, better rates, and lower fees. By voting for a volunteer board of directors, you also have a voice in setting credit union policy.

We offer products and services like free checking, credit cards with awards, lower rates on personal loans, mobile banking, mortgage services and more.

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York County Benefits

We employ over 135 people, and contribute to the community by supporting our schools, donating to area non-profits, and providing free financial education to the public and businesses.

Our earnings get reinvested into new branches and member services. That money stays in York County and comes back to you in lower fees and higher interest rates on deposits.

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Become A Member

Becoming a member of Family Trust is simple. Anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in York County can open an account with only $5. And you can do it all online.

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““Handmade art is one of a kind. We have so many great things right here.”

Katherine Petke
Potter at the Rock Hill Pottery Center

“It’s an honor when someone buys my work.”

Jonathan Williams
Potter at the Rock Hill Pottery Center

“There are so many unique activities to do right here in York County. People are amazed when they realize there’s an island in their back yard."

Ronnie Conley
Marketing Manager at Camp Canaan

“Everyone is getting more in tune with local food. That’s a big thing right now. It keeps money in the area and helps everybody who lives here.”

John Colwell
Owner of The Local Dish

Page 6 Boutique

“Our customers are more like our friends. We want them to enjoy their experience here. It’s exciting a local credit union would support us with a Buy Local campaign.”

Deana Teague
Page 6 Boutique Co-Owner, Rock Hill and Fort Mill

Crossings on Main, Fort Mill

“When you come here, you get attention and a personal relationship. It’s important to have that in a community. When people come here, it makes a big difference.”

Cathie Smith
Owner Crossings on Main, Fort Mill