Double Points and Neighbors Feeding Neighbors

July 19th, 2015

Neighbors Feeding Neighbors is a program sponsored by the First Interstate BancSystem Foundation to combat hunger needs in the area. For many, the challenges are severe throughout the year. Winter months, school vacations, and the end of the month are very difficult. Since 2008, Neighbors Feeding Neighbors continues to strengthen the physical, social, and emotional health of families in our footprint.

Beginning July 1st through September 30th, all FirstRewards World MasterCard® cardholders will have the opportunity to earn additional points simply by helping those in need. To earn bonus FirstRewards points*, simply make a donation to your favorite qualifying hunger charity using your First Interstate Bank FirstRewards World MasterCard®. Here’s how:

  • $100 donation = 100 Bonus FirstRewards points
  • $500 donation = 500 Bonus FirstRewards points
  • $1,000 donation = 1,000 Bonus FirstRewards points

Visit or call 1-888-833-3453 for more information.

*Bonus FirstRewards points are in addition to usual reward point earnings from qualifying donations. Merchants are assigned codes and categorized based on what they sell. First Interstate Bank has no control over how a merchant is coded and although a merchant may appear to fall into a charitable and social service category, there is no guarantee that the merchant code will align. To be included in promotion, merchant must be categorized as a not-for-profit business (merchant category code 8398). Bonus points will be awarded based on total eligible donations made with non-profit groups for duration of campaign. Only one bonus point award level will be rewarded per First Interstate Bank FirstRewards credit card account. If the merchant code is not in the promotion category, the donation will be ineligible for bonus FirstRewards points. Eligible donations do not include fees, interest charges, balance transfers, cash advances, convenience checks, ATM transactions or foreign transactions. Points will be credited within four to six weeks after September 30, 2015.