641.628.2191  |   800 Main St. Pella, IA

The Report Card FAQs

Marion County Bank will donate up to 10% of their interchange income for transactions that require a signed sales receipt (including internet transactions) and up to 10% of income will be donated for each transaction that requires a PIN (with the exception of any ATM transactions). The overall donation each school receives depends on how many customers choose that school, and how many transactions are made. The income is figured by Shazam based on the amount of card usage. The more a debit card is used, the more money the school will receive.

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Money will accumulate each time a Marion County Bank Debit Card is used. The overall donation each school receives depends on how many customers choose that school.

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Marion County Bank imposes no spending requirements or guidelines; we trust that the money will be used to contribute to the betterment of the private school or public school district.

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No, due to our privacy policy, customers cannot view other customer's information; however, the website will show how many people have selected a specific school.

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A customer may change their designated school by calling 641-628-2191 or by stopping by Marion County Bank.

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Any schools neighboring Marion County Bank's location are eligible for this program:

Schools options include:

  • Pella Community School District
  • Pella Christian High School
  • Knoxville Community School District
  • Lynnville-Sully Community School District
  • North Mahaska Community School District
  • Oskaloosa Community School District
  • PCM Community School District
  • Twin Cedars Community School District
  • Pella Christian Grade School
  • Oskaloosa Christian Grade School
  • Peoria Christian Grade School
  • Sully Christian Grade School
  • PEACE Home School Group
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Use it wherever Mastercard Debit Card is accepted. Customers may earn money for their favorite school with every debit card purchase - it may be used for groceries, movies, travel and everyday purchases. ATM transactions are not included in this program.

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Customers pay noting to enroll in the program. However, to enroll for their favorite school, customers must open a Marion County Bank checking account with a debit card (if they don't already have one) and enroll in the program by designating a private school or public school district.

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To enroll, customers must open a Marion County Bank checking account with a Marion County Bank Debit Card (if they don't already have one) and enroll in The Report Card program by designating a private school or public school district. For existing customers, enrollment is easy! Customers can call 641-628-2191 or stop by Marion County Bank, or register on our website, www.marioncountybank.com. New customers may enroll at the time they open their checking account.

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There is no cost to you or your designated school to enroll in the program. Marion County Bank make the donation to the school of your choice.

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Yes. If you are not a Marion County Bank customer, we hope you'll become one! Visit Marion County Bank to open a checking account and get a Marion County Bank Debit Card. Or visit https://www.marioncountybank.com/ to learn more about the accounts we have to offer.

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Marion County Bank is introducing The Report Card to deepen relationships with customers and communities and empower customers to make a difference at their favorite schools.

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The Report Card empowers enrolled customers to support their favorite private school or public school district each time they make a purchase with their Marion County Bank Debit Card. This program is a powerful way to make a difference for schools. At various times during the year Marion County Bank makes a donation to the cardholder's designated school.

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