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Community Involvement

 

In the Community

Since opening our doors in 1949, First Federal Bank has remained committed to making a difference in the lives of the people of Southwest and Central Louisiana. As a community bank, it has always been our mission and responsibility to support the community through nonprofit and organization event support, in-kind donations and volunteer hours to ultimately help families, schools, businesses and local economies prosper.

As a financial institution, First Federal Bank is committed to our unique position as providers of financial education to members of the community. We do this through providing resources, conducting workshops and working alongside partners such as Project Build a Future, a program aimed at helping low- and moderate-income families buy their first home. By educating adults and our youth on sound financial principles and money management, we believe our efforts will empower them to create a better tomorrow for themselves and future generations.

Our employees are also involved in our community efforts and dedicate countless volunteer hours to local community organizations, participate in donation drives in our branches and raise funds to benefit local causes – including disaster relief.

At First Federal Bank, being an active and positive force for our community is a part of our culture. The organizations we support benefit:

  • Arts, Culture & Humanities
  • Family & Youth Organizations
  • Education & Sports
  • Environmental & Wildlife Conservation
  • Health & Human Services
  • Civic, Business & Community Organizations

Community Support Request

If you are interested in requesting an event sponsorship or volunteer support for your organization, please complete the form. A member of our team will be in contact to further discuss.


Type of Request (check all that apply)
Do you or your organization currently bank with First Federal Bank?
Is there a First Federal employee involved in your event or organization? If so, who?

Please do not send any personal account or sensitive information in any Email correspondence. Email is not a secure means to send personal information.

Locations

Education Center

Financial Calculators

Reorder Checks

Report Lost or Stolen Card

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