Shred at the beach for a Kiwanis causes

Annual secure, by-donation shredding at Willows March 10

Get out those personal documents, the annual Oak Bay Kiwanis Pavilion Foundation shredding fundraiser is fast approaching.

This year marks the fourth that Oak Bay Kiwanis Pavilion Foundation hosts an event by donation at Willows Beach.

Documents and papers may be brought down to the parking lot on that day for secure onsite shredding by Shred It a licensed and bonded company in Victoria. (Suggested donation is $20 per bankers box size.)

All proceeds from this fundraising activity goes to the Kiwanis Pavilion to assist in providing for the little extras that make life easier for those with acute care needs.

Shredding is by donation on Saturday, March 10 from 9 a.m. to noon in the parking lot at Willows Beach.



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