Palm trees in the Florida sun.

Community Rewards Program

Giving is a part of who we are.

The Community Rewards Program is a way for First Federal to partner with the community to support local organizations. Every time a First Federal customer who is enrolled in the program, uses their debit card to make a signature-based transaction, First Federal donates money to a participating organization. First Federal customers just have to swipe, sign and support! All money raised comes from First Federal.

We're proud to say that we contributed $59,000 to local organizations through CRPs in 2021. Since the program started in 2010, we've given over $425,000! Thanks to our customers, we've helped with special projects for after-school programs, intellectual and developmental disability agencies, temporary housing agencies, sports programs, various school-related programs and more.


You help make all of this possible.

Students from Suwannee Primary school raise their hands in excitement after receiving their check.
Suwannee Education Foundation - Teacher Mini-Grants

Members of the Jackson County Cattlemens Association stand together after receiving their check through First Federal's Community Rewards Program.
Jackson County Cattleman's Association - Rodeo Scholarships

Leaders from the 8 Flags playscapes smile after receiving their check from First Federal's Community Rewards Program.
8 Flags Playscapes - Playground Equipment

Members of the Baker County Veterans Council stand with their check from First Federal's Community Rewards Program.
Baker County Veterans Council - Park Improvements

Members of the Lafayette County volunteer fire department stand in front of one of their fire engines after receiving their check.
Mayo Volunteer Fire Department - New Equipment

Kids from the Annie Mattox Park give the "thumbs-up" as they get their check from First Federal's Community Rewards Program.
Annie Mattox Recreation Center - Summer Program

Want to know how to participate in a CRP? Give us a call at 1-877-499-0572 or stop by the branch to learn about your local programs. 

Are you an organization interested in applying for a CRP? Take a look at our Community Request Guidelines to start the process.