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Commitment to Community Volunteer Day

On Wednesday, September 11, all First Interstate Bank locations will close at noon so our employees can participate in our annual Commitment to Community Volunteer Day.

Helping our neighbors, particularly those most in need, is central to First Interstate’s mission. That’s why our 3,500 employees will lend their strength to volunteer projects in the communities we serve, bringing much-needed support to nonprofit organizations. Here’s how we served the communities we call home during last year’s Volunteer Day.

Here’s how we served the communities we call home.

Explore Volunteer Day 2023 Projects

Giving back to the places we call home is important to us.

What we did on our special day.

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$380,137

Monetary value of 12,010 volunteer hours to the nonprofits we served

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

On our sixth annual Commitment to Community Volunteer Day, our branches closed at noon to allow our employees to volunteer in their communities.

105
Projects helped seniors
161
Projects helped youth
49
Projects addressed affordable housing
118
Projects addressed hunger
28
Projects provided financial education or skill-based volunteering
89
Projects addressed homelessness

This Year In Numbers

12,010 Hours
3,159 Matching Funds
29,644 Food packs, blankets, hygiene kits, school supply kits created

Partner Organizations

38 Schools
410 Nonprofit
Organizations

Helping Communities Accross

Commitment to Community Volunteer Day
Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender ⌂

If you have any questions, please contact your local First Interstate Bank branch, or call the First Interstate Foundation at 406-255-5393 or foundationusers@fib.com.