NAPERVILLE – May 30, 2018– Recycle electronics and shred documents during DuPage Credit Union’s Fifth Annual Drive, Drop & Donate event to benefit DuPage County students in need Friday, June 22nd at its Naperville Operations Center, 1515 Bond Street.
Electronic Recycling and Document Shredding provided by Citadel:
- Electronic Recycling – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Shred Day – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The cost to shred or recycle is $10 per service, with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the Credit Union’s We’ve Got Your Back backpack fundraiser to help local students in need.
“Our Drive, Drop & Donate event is a great opportunity to help students in need and get rid of documents and electronics that need to be disposed of securely,” said Amy Brandt, Vice President of Business Solutions. “Last year’s event raised over $3,500, which was used to buy school supply kits for DuPage County students in need.”
Backpacks, stuffed with essential school supplies, will be handed out to students attending the Catholic Charities Annual Back-to-School Fair in August, which benefits DuPage County students in need through the DuPage Regional Office of Education.
Thank you to our generous sponsors, The Rusin-Fulco Realty Group whose support makes this even possible.
To learn more, view a list of acceptable items or to make a donation, visit dupagecu.com/ddd.
About DuPage Credit Union
DuPage Credit Union is more than just a bank we’re a member-owned financial institution united by a common spirit. As a not-for-profit credit union with more than 35,000 Members, we’re energized to create memorable banking experiences to help with life’s events, big and small. We offer financial solutions to anyone who lives or works in DeKalb, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry and Will counties; or attends school in DuPage County. To learn more about DuPage Credit Union, visit dupagecu.com, call or stop by a Branch Office. Deposits are insured to $250,000 per account by American Share Insurance. By Members’ Choice this institution is not federally insured. DuPage Credit Union is an Equal Housing Opportunity Lender. NMLS #445096. DuPage Credit Union…banking inspired.®
About DuPage Regional Office of Education
The DuPage ROE provides a range of services, including: professional development, teacher certification, technology training, school improvement, student support, assessment, health, life safety and other related services to the 42 public school districts and 161,000 students of DuPage County.
About Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet is a faith-based organization that provides service to people in need and calls others of good will to do the same. Through a variety of programs and services, Catholic Charities fosters awareness and collaboration to help the least among us in the seven counties they serve: Will, Kendall, Grundy, DuPage, Iroquois, Ford, and Kankakee.
DuPage Credit Union
630-428-3440 ext. 3068