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The Education Foundation launches ‘Putting Students First’ grant program in partnership with First Financial Federal Credit Union

TOWSON, MD—The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools has announced the launch of the “Putting Students First” grant program in partnership with First Financial Federal Credit Union (FFFCU).

This grant program will award up to 10 BCPS educators with grants of $500 each to enhance student learning with additional supplies, resources, and/or opportunities/experiences.

The application deadline is Wednesday, November 24, 2021, by 5 p.m. and detailed application information is available online.

“First Financial Federal Credit Union is an extraordinary and enduring partner with BCPS and continually demonstrates that it does indeed ‘put students first’,” said BCPS Superintendent Dr. Darryl L. Williams. “We appreciate their support of this project, and I encourage educators across the county to apply for these grants.”

“Founded in 1953 through the ingenuity of a spirited group of Baltimore County Public Schools teachers, First Financial Federal Credit Union was created to serve our members with care, compassion and an unrelenting focus on making their lives better,” said Stephanie Peltzer, FFFCU vice president/chief marketing officer. “Our financial product and service offerings are at the core of helping our members live better every day, but we believe in doing more than what is expected; we believe in doing what matters. This belief is the foundation of the First Financial difference. The Putting Students First Grant is a demonstration of that belief, and a commitment to supporting the mission of Baltimore County Public Schools.”

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