To limit exposure, Shredfest will look a little different than we originally expected. Individuals will be asked to use the round drive and remain in their vehicle until a staff member comes out with a 65-gallon bin and a form to fill out. . No amount is too small or too big!
What kind of things should be shredded?
Any item with personal identification information on it like your name, birth date, address, SSN, email address, passwords and account numbers. Old bank documents, tax records, expired policies and junk mail should always be shredded. Photos of friends and family that are thrown in the trash could be used for fake IDs. Shipping labels found on items delivered to your home or office contain confidential information such as your address, tracking codes and account numbers.
Is my paper going to be shredded right when I drop it off?
No, all paper will be kept in a secure bin until ready to be shredded by our shred techs. Summerhouse members work at SFI Monday-Thursday 8:30-11:30 am.
Is there going to be anything to do after dropping off my shredding?
To limit exposure, Shredfest will look a little different than we originally expected. Individuals will be asked to use the round drive and remain in their vehicle until a staff member comes out with a 65-gallon bin and a form to fill out.
How much should I donate?
It is up to you! Typically, individuals donate anywhere between $5-$100 depending on the amount of paper dropped off. We accept cash, check and cards.
What is my donation going towards?
Paper donations help shred techs work on goals that transfer to community employment such as working continuously, working at an appropriate pace and asking for help when needed. Monetary donations help SFI buy more shredders, supply the shred room with needed items, and eventually employ more members.
Can I get a tax receipt?
Yes! Tax receipts will be sent to the email provided on the donation form.
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