Helping Neighbors and Communities


Please note that in a press conference on 11/15/20, Governor Inslee mistakenly noted that the Paycheck Protection Program was still accepting applications. To clarify, the SBA closed this program to new applications in August; however, any businesses that have a PPP loan are still able to apply for forgiveness.  If would like to learn more about other business financing opportunities, please contact us using the Request A Call Back Form so we can discuss your options.

For existing customers who have a funded PPP loan, please note that you do not need to complete the SBA’s paper-based loan forgiveness application here. First Federal is pleased to offer a completely online process where you can conveniently apply for PPP loan forgiveness and upload any supporting documents into the online portal. You will receive a personalized email invitation to the online forgiveness application very soon from our processing partners at StreetShares, if you have not received this already. Initial invitations to this forgiveness application portal will start to be sent out the week of August 3rd, and will be staggered based on your initial PPP application and funding date.

If you have any questions about your PPP loan or any other banking needs in the meantime, please reach out to us at [email protected] or call us at 800-800-1577 to see how we can help.

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:

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.