First Federal Bank announces 60 Days of Giving

From staff reports

First Federal Bank, with branches in Port Royal and on Lady’s Island, has announced it will donate to 60 non-profit organizations over a period of 60 days.

Founded in 1962, 2022 marks First Federal Bank’s 60th anniversary of being a community bank. To celebrate, bank employees will nominate local organizations and one winner will be drawn each day for 60 days – $1,000 will be donated to each of the winners. On the 60th day, the non-profit drawn will receive a grand prize of $6,000 to conclude the 60 days of giving.

“First Federal Bank is the only mutual bank charted in the state of Florida and is committed to supporting local non-profit organization,” First Federal Bank President and CEO John Medina said in a release. “Recognizing and supporting the work of charities strengthens our towns and underscores our commitment to remaining a financially stable member of the community.”

Originally founded to offer savings accounts and make home loans to its neighbors, First Federal Bank has a long legacy of giving.

“Our customers and community partners inspire us to give back, while providing the best, personable banking experience. 60 days of giving is a perfect example of that giving culture,” said Stephanie McClendon, EVP and Chief of Community Banking and a 23 year veteran of First Federal.

To learn more about First Federal Bank and the ways they give, visit ffbf.com or like the banks’ social media pages.

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