Community Support


First federal employees volunterring on Earth Day

In the Community

As a community bank, we are deeply committed to serving the communities where we live and work. First Federal Bank provides each employee paid volunteer time, allowing them to give back to causes that are personal to them. Many of our teammates are active in local service organizations such as Valley House Homeless Shelter, Twin Falls Optimist Youth House, NeighborWorks Boise, and countless others.

Recent activities include:

- Rupert Veterans Memorial Car Show
- Casperson Family Christmas Lights located at the First Federal Bank Park
- Day of Caring with United Way
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First Federal Bank Rock, Paper, Scissors Tournament


First Federal Employees volunteering at Helping Hands Day Camp

Community Support

First Federal Bank strives to support the communities we are a part of. We do this through local donations and sponsorships.

Some recent examples are:
- Sponsor of the Twin Falls Public Library Foundation's Scramble for Books
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Member of the Meridian Library's Foundation's Centennial Celebration
- South Central Community Action Partnership
Empty Bowls Fundraiser Sponsor
- Sponsoring the Twin Falls Animal Shelter Furrball
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Sponsor of Magic Valley Baseball and Softball



First Federal Event ATM

Pay It Forward

For First Federal's Pay-It-Forward program, each employee is given an amount each quarter to pay it forward to someone in our local communities. It may be as simple as buying someone’s coffee at your favorite local coffee shop, purchasing a meal for a veteran. or buying a package of diapers for a tired parent in line behind you at a grocery store. The potential of this program is immeasurable. Our employees love the opportunity to spontaneously give back and Pay-It-Forward .

Remember, there is no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end. - Scott Adams 


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