First Federal Bank is inviting all members of the community to participate in their Community Shred Day on Saturday, November 2. Shredding services will be available from 10 am until 12 pm at the Eastside Office located at 1617 E. Racine Avenue (corner of Hwy 164 and Racine Avenue).
“We are inviting everyone from the community to come out and shred their old documents. You do not have to be a customer of the bank participate.” says Alison Wiese of First Federal Bank. “Identity theft is a very real concern these days, so we wanted to offer our neighborhood families and businesses a safe and secure way to destroy their personal information.”
Individuals are invited to drop off up to 3 boxes of old documents to be shredded on site in the bank’s parking lot. Staples and hanging folders are permissible; however three ring binders will need to be disposed of separately.
In addition to this First Federal Bank is holding a food drive for The Waukesha Mom’s chapter of Blessings in a Backpack. Every Friday children at Hadfield elementary that are on the Free and Reduced lunch program get a bag of food put in their backpacks, providing food for their weekends. The program hopes to expand past Hadfield. We will be accepting donations at the Shred Day event and through December 31, 2013 at our branches, 1617 E. Racine Avenue and 1801 Summit Avenue.
Donations must fit into a backpack of a child and be carried home. No large cans or containers please.
Suggested donations are:
Individual Apple Sauce cups
Individual Fruit Cups
Individual tuna containers and crackers
First Federal Bank has been providing financial services and building relationships in Southeastern Wisconsin since 1922. For more information, please visit firstfederalwisconsin.com or call 262-446-4669.
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