Bank of Marin Hosts Community “Shred Days” in August
NOVATO, CA – (July 24, 2015) – Bank of Marin will be hosting its annual “Shred Days” in August at three branch locations – Alameda (S. Shore), Napa and Sonoma. The community is encouraged to bring up to five boxes of paper documents for shredding on site and at least one package of new school supplies, such as pens, pencils, crayons, paper, glue and notebooks.
Alameda will host its “Shred Day” on Friday, August 14 from 9 am – 12 noon at the Bank of Marin branch located at 2130 Otis Drive. School supplies will be donated to the “Equipped 4 Success” School Supply Drive. “Equipped 4 Success” is a community–wide school supply drive in partnership with the Alameda Education Foundation, Alameda Unified School District, Alameda Youth Collaborative and local non-profits and benefits low-income students in Alameda. For more information, contact Bank of Marin in Alameda at 510-748-8400.
Napa will host its “Shred Day” on Friday, August 19 from 9 am – 12 noon at the Bank of Marin branch located at 600 Trancas Street. School supplies will be donated to the Teacher Resource Center of the North Bay in Napa, which provides school supplies for teachers and children in Napa County Schools. For more information, contact Bank of Marin in Napa at 707-265-2000.
Sonoma will host its “Shred Day” on Friday, August 21 from 9 am – 12 noon at the Bank of Marin branch located at 136 W. Napa Street. School supplies will be donated to the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation, which will distribute the school supplies to teachers and children in Sonoma Valley Schools. The Sonoma Valley Education Foundation partners with the Sonoma Valley Unified School District as the primary fundraising and volunteer resource for innovative programs and much-needed public school enhancements. The Bank will match donations with a $1,000 contribution to the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation. For more information, contact Bank of Marin in Sonoma at 707-933-3750.
A&P Records Management will be on site to securely destroy all documents, and the paper pulp will be recycled and used for new paper goods.