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News Release
Maps to hold 15th Annual Free Community "Shred Day" on April 7, 2017 - 03/29/18

SALEM - The public is invited to bring personal documents to be shredded during Maps Credit Union’s 15th Annual Free Community Shred Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 7, at Maps Credit Union's administration building, 451 Division Street, N.E., in Salem.

Participants can bring up to two medium boxes of documents to shred.

"Disposing properly of outdated documents that contain personal information is one of the best ways to prevent fraud and identity theft," said Shane Saunders, Chief Experience Officer at Maps Credit Union. "We are pleased to continue our long partnership with Iron Mountain to offer this valuable service to the community."

The event is jointly sponsored by Maps Credit Union and Iron Mountain Inc., which will be shredding documents on site.

During the shredding event, the Maps Community Foundation will collect donations to support Doernbecher Children’s Hospital as part of the Credit Unions for Kids Change a Child’s Life coin campaign. The foundation will match all donations they receive at the event (up to $2,500).