PROSHRED Security’s Document Shredding Event to Benefit Cancer Research
WILBRAHAM—To raise money for the American Institute for Cancer Research, PROSHRED Security will hold a “Shred Cancer” event at the Scantic Valley YMCA Branch at 45 Post Office Park on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The suggested donation in exchange for shredding is $5, with all proceeds benefitting the American Institute for Cancer Research. PROSHRED will also match a portion of all donations.
Anyone is welcome to bring paper, file folders, hanging files, notepads, envelopes, CDs and DVDs that they need destroyed in a secure manner. Shredding trucks will be parked in designated areas to collect and destroy the unwanted confidential documents.
Attendees can also enjoy free food, and children can view a fire truck provided by the Wilbraham Fire Department.
PROSHRED Springfield is located at 75 Post Office Park in Wilbraham and offers mobile shredding services anywhere in Massachusetts. Operated under President and CEO Joe Kelly, PROSHRED Springfield specializes in the secure destruction of confidential and sensitive documents, computer hard drives and any electronic media. For more information, visit www.proshred.com/springfield.
PROSHRED has hosted similar events across the country. More than 30 PROSHRED locations held “Shred Cancer” events on June 3. Based on shredding events in previous years, the “Shred Cancer” events are expected to attract 6,000 people nationwide.
For more information about the event, visit www.proshred.com/springfield/events/shred-cancer-event.