Touchdown! Rock Hill Football Camp Connects Community

(Image courtesy of The Community Partnership Foundation)

Family Trust Federal Credit Union, alongside The Community Partnership Foundation, kicked off the summer with the first annual Football C.A.M.P. – a community advancement mentorship program in collaboration with former Buffalo Bills player, Jonathan Meeks.

While the program, hosted at Rock Hill High School, included individualized coaching and training, it also highlighted mental health and financial literacy, teaching not only football techniques, but critical life skills.

The C.A.M.P. further connected the Rock Hill community; while the program was originally marketed as $125 per participant, it was ultimately offered for free thanks to contributions from local businesses and community members.

“Our community is at the heart of what we do,” said Rachel Leduc, president of The Community Partnership Foundation and marketing manager at Family Trust Federal Credit Union. “By harnessing the power of collective giving in York County, we are able to build partnerships, create positive change and help our community thrive.”

Pictured, from left to right, are volunteer coaches Johnny Young, Lawrence “Snoop” Brown Jr., Corey K. Neely Jr., Rodney Brown, Justin Adams, Jonathan Meeks, Isaac Hayes, Kenneth Page, Jaleel Scott and Roderick Byers.

About Family Trust Federal Credit Union:

Family Trust Federal Credit Union has been in business since 1957. With over 55,000 members and seven branches, our mission is to help people achieve all their financial goals. Family Trust has received the top (five-star) rating for financial strength and stability from Bauer Financial for 22 consecutive quarters. Family Trust offers personal checking, savings, investments, loans, credit cards, and mortgages. For more information, visit or follow Family Trust Federal Credit Union on FacebookInstagramX (Twitter) and LinkedIn.

About The Community Partnership Foundation:

A 501c3 nonprofit organization, The Community Partnership Foundation was formed in 2020 to drive permanent and positive change in York County, S.C. All money raised by The CPF is gifted to nonprofit organizations within York County, helping to create equitable opportunities for everyone. To learn more about The Community Partnership Foundation, visit or follow the organization on Instagram.