Crosstown Civic Credit Union News

Fall Shred Day event cancelled

Fall Shred Day event cancelled We have decided to cancel the fall Shred Day event. We look forward to hosting Shred Days in 2021.

On April 3rd, we announced that we were canceling the spring Annual Shred Day event but were planning to continue with the fall event, usually hosted in September. In an effort to continue to minimize the spread of COVID-19, we have decided to cancel the fall event as well. We look forward to hosting Shred Days in 2021. Please watch our website for further details.

About Shred Day
Each year Crosstown Civic Credit Union, in partnership with Phoenix Recycling (now known as AccessCorp), hosts the Annual Shred Day events; one in the spring in April, and the second in the fall in September.

During Shred Day, the community is invited to bring old utility bills, tax returns, financial statements, or other sensitive documents to be shredded safely and securely. While there is no cost to have documents shredded, Crosstown Civic accepts donations on behalf a local charity. CCCU matches all proceeds collected from the community up to a maximum of $10,000. Donations of $15 and over receive a tax receipt directly from the charity. You do not need to be a member to participate in Shred Day.

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