SCPS Benefits from #FFFCULikeForACause Campaign

WESTOVER, MD, July 27, 2022 – Somerset County Public Schools (SCPS) recently received a generous donation of $500 and school supplies from First Financial Federal Credit Union (FFFCU) through the 2022 #FFFCULikeForACause Social Media Campaign. FFFCU recently acquired Wor-Co Federal Credit Union, a long-standing partner based in Pocomoke, MD offering membership benefits to SCPS employees. To make introductions with SCPS staff and generate goodwill among the Somerset Community, FFFCU incorporated SCPS as a beneficiary of the 2022 #FFFCULikeForACause Campaign. 
For 24 hours, FFFCU donated $1 for every “like” and “share” on the official @fffcuofmd Instagram post to purchase school supplies in support of SCPS and partner public school districts in Baltimore County, Carroll County and Worcester County. After receiving 458 “likes” and “shares” from the Instagram post, FFFCU chose to round up and donate $500 to each school system. 
Superintendent, Dr. John Gaddis shared, “We are thankful for the generosity of First Financial Federal Credit Union, and look forward to the many new benefits for staff and students resulting from the acquisition of Wor-Co FCU.” 
Two men and two women holding a large check for $500
(L-R) Deputy Superintendent Tom Davis, Director of Schools Tracie Bartemy, FFFCU Relationship Marketing Manager Lisa Reynolds and Superintendent Dr. John Gaddis 
Lisa Reynolds of FFFCU presents a $500 check and school supplies to Somerset County Public Schools senior leadership team from the #FFFCULikeForACause Campaign. 

First Financial Federal Credit Union serves the employees, students, and parents of the Baltimore, Carroll, Somerset, and Worcester County Public School systems, as well as the employees and families of many private schools, colleges, hospitals, and businesses in Baltimore, Carroll, Somerset, and Worcester counties. In addition to fundraising campaigns like #FFFCULikeForACause, FFFCU offers a full range of financial services, scholarships and financial literacy courses for students in the school districts they serve. For more details and membership information, visit FFFCU online at