On Saturday, November 1, Shred360 and Cooper Financial Services held a free Shred Day for the public to highlight identity theft protection. As part of the event, the two Pasco County companies encouraged attendees to bring donations for The Volunteer Way (www.TheVolunteerWay.com) , a local food bank that distributes over 6.5 million pounds of food every year to food pantries, soup kitchens, seniors, and the homeless.
Shred360 serviced 110 people in three hours and collected over 1600 pounds of non-perishable food, as well as cash donations. Shred360 and Cooper Financial Services both matched the cash donations. When the donations were delivered to The Volunteer Way’s facility in New Port Richey, Martha O’Brien, the Assistant CEO for The Volunteer Way said, “We had been praying about how we would be able to feed all of our families next week. This is such a blessing.”
Cam Caudle is the local owner of Shred360. “Giving back to the community is one of Shred360’s core values. We love doing free shred days for the public because it’s such a valuable service for people. And it’s especially gratifying when we can tie free shred days to great organizations like The Volunteer Way and do something amazing for them.”
Shred360 provides secure, onsite shredding services in the Tampa Bay and surrounding areas. For more information on shredding services or free shred days, call (813) 944-2223 or visit www.Shred360.com/Tampa.