First Fed Foundation (formerly First Federal Community Foundation), a private charitable corporation, began making grants in 2015, thanks to a generous gift valued at $12 million from the parent company of First Fed, when the bank was converted to a publicly traded company.
First Fed’s gift underscored its commitment to continue its 100-year tradition of giving back to its communities. In that same spirit, First Fed Foundation is committed to creating broad impact that benefits low-to-moderate-income, disadvantaged, and/or marginalized persons or families in the communities in which First Fed, the Foundation’s sole donor, operates full-service branches.
Committed to supporting nonproﬁt, tribal, and government agencies that provide critical, timely assistance, while also building a brighter future, First Fed Foundation is proud and privileged to have contributed $6,401,500 since 2015, allocated to the following funding priorities:
$1,606,300 to organizations addressing homelessness and the availability of and access to affordable housing.
$2,540,000 to community development projects.
$1,015,200 to organizations providing a wide array of critical, life-enhancing support to our communities.
$1,020,000 to efforts that stimulate and support economic development.
$220,000 to organizations that addressed hardships caused and exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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