PPP Loans



We are accepting Paycheck Protection Program loans applications through April 30, 2021. Applications may be submitted for first and second draw PPP loans for Washington businesses.

For your convenience, your application can be completed through our online application portal.

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As of April 18, 2021, the SBA has guaranteed 4.73 million PPP loans using $240.1 billion of the $284 billion appropriated for the PPP program. This data was provided in the SBA Paycheck Protection Program Weekly Reports published on April 19, 2021. Before 2021 PPP program are exhausted, we encourage businesses to complete any outstanding PPP loan applications as soon as possible.

TIP: For customers that completed their first draw PPP loan with First Fed, you may use your existing credentials to log in to the application portal. For all other first draw or second draw applicants, please take a moment to set up an account within the portal to initiate the application process with us.

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We are here for you

Today, tomorrow and during this uncertain time, supporting our communities continues to be our priority. It's important you know, we are here for you.

We understand that coronavirus has brought many unforeseen challenges. Health, social, and financial. Let us help you through this challenging time.



How can we help?

Below we have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions to help you navigate this uncertain time. If you still have questions, know that we are here to help and have multiple ways to reach out.

Business Customers

Personal Customers

Other Resources:

Through our relationship with BaZing! all First Federal customers are eligible for pharmacy, vision, and hearing savings benefits, as well as identity theft protection coverage, AT NO COST through to December 31, 2021. To learn more about these benefit options, click here.

For more information regarding personal finances during this time, please visit the American Bankers Association Consumer Resources Page.

If you are experiencing financial hardship due to coronavirus, please reach out to us to see how we can help.