Winnipeg Credit Union Shredding Personal Documents

Winnipeg Credit Union Shredding Personal Documents

Walter Schurko empties his personal documents to be shredded during last year's Free Personal Shred Day event on Henderson Highway. (TED GRANT / CHRISD.CA)
Walter Schurko empties his personal documents to be shredded during an event on Henderson Highway. (TED GRANT / CHRISD.CA FILE)

Four Crosstown Civic Credit Union locations will be accepting documents on Saturday to be safely shredded.

The 9th annual CCCU Shred Day will have Iron Mountain on hand with mobile units where residents can drop off old bills, tax returns, financial statements and other sensitive documents.

“The response in the past has been impressive. Last year, for instance, the event raised $14,860 for Cancer Care Manitoba. We hope to exceed that figure this year,” said CCCU CEO Mona Forsen.

Accepted donations will support the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba. CCCU will match all proceeds collected up to a maximum of $10,000. Donations of $15 and more will receive a tax receipt.

Shred Day runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the following branches:

  • 1450 McPhillips
  • 515 St. Anne’s Road
  • 1200 Henderson Highway
  • 3161 Portage Avenue


Comments

comments