First Financial Federal Credit Union continues to strengthen the local community with generous sponsorships to their partners, specifically within the school and education systems.
First Financial provided a $25,000 sponsorship to support Baltimore County Public School students through the Outstanding Young Women Leaders program at Towson University. This program allows select young women from Baltimore County high schools to have the opportunity to develop leadership skills and gain experience throughout their academic and professional lives while networking with professional women in the area. Additionally, some First Financial employees volunteer and serve as mentors to the young women.
The credit union also donated $5,000 to its long-term partner, the Maryland School for the Blind. The donation helps to support costs associated with the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on their school community and operating budget. Maryland School for the Blind has been a long-standing partner with First Financial for 45 years.
“As an education-based credit union, First Financial is committed to giving back to the local school systems that are paving the way for future generations,” said First Financial President/CEO Eric Church. “It is an honor to support our community and partners in any way that we can.”
Author: Mike Lawson
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