The community is invited to bring up to three file-size boxes of old documents containing personal or sensitive information for secure shredding during a free event on July 27. Courtesy photo

The community is invited to bring up to three file-size boxes of old documents containing personal or sensitive information for secure shredding during a free event on July 27. Courtesy photo

WSECU annual Community Shred and Share Day coming to Federal Way July 27

Bring up to three file-size boxes of old documents containing personal or sensitive information for secure shredding during free event.

Old tax forms, account statements, medical records. Many have these items boxed up somewhere, but what do you do with sensitive personal information you no longer need?

WSECU has the answer.

WSECU will hold its annual Community Shred and Share Day on Saturday, July 27 at its Federal Way branch between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The community is invited to bring up to three file-size boxes – weighing up to 150 pounds – of old documents containing personal or sensitive information for secure shredding.

“One way to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of identity theft is the proper disposal of sensitive documents, and this is exactly what our annual event offers,” said Ann Flannigan, vice president of public relations, in a press release. “But this day is simply not all about shredding. It’s also about sharing, and our event is a great way for people to give back to the community.”

In addition to offering this free shredding opportunity, WSECU’s Federal Way branch has teamed up with the Federal Way Multi-Service Center to provide support to those who are in need. Participants taking advantage of the event are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items.

WSECU’s Federal Way branch is located at 34024 Hoyt Road SW, Federal Way. To learn more, visit www.wsecu.org.

More in News

Federal Way 7-Eleven robbed at gunpoint for fourth time in one month

The suspect fled on foot; no injuries were reported, police say.

Man shot in leg in another city arrives at Federal Way urgent care

The man was transported to St. Francis Hospital for treatment, police said.

Man in critical condition after Federal Way shooting

Man in his 30s was shot and transported to Harborview Medical Center; information obtained by officers reveal the shooting may have occurred at nearby apartment complex on 1st Way South, Federal Way police say.

A King County judge found the company misled customers into thinking it was a charity. Photo courtesy of the state Attorney General’s office
Judge rules Value Village deceived customers

The King County judge found the company misled customers into thinking it was a charity.

Defending freedom to battling flames

Veterans now serving as firefighters reflect on service to country.

Federal Way’s Annual ‘Honoring Our Own’ event recognizes local heroes

The Veterans Day observance ceremony to be held Nov. 9 at Todd Beamer High School.

‘That’s why you put your life on the line’

Local veteran shares importance of relationships, honoring those who fought in the Vietnam War.

Man walking down road in a bath robe flashes woman

The witness believes the suspect left the area in a white Ford Focus.

Celebrating Federal Way’s veterans at Brookdale Senior Living

The Federal Way Vet Center partnered with Brookdale Senior Living and Veritas Classic Christian School to celebrate veterans.

Most Read