MNMW Hosted a Record-Breaking Shred Day Event to Benefit United Way

MNMW hosted a record-breaking fundraiser with its fifth Community Shred Day to benefit the United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee Counties. The firm partnered with Secure Shredding, Inc. to host this free annual event.

More than 130 cars stopped by during the three-hour event, and over $1,400 was raised for the United Way. Additionally, visitors donated canned/non-perishable goods, new/gently used clothing, and other items to help those in need.

“We were amazed at the turnout this year for our annual Shred Day. We’ve seen this event grow each year,” said Jessica Walker, MA, APR, CPRC, Marketing and PR Manager/Consultant at MNMW. “We are happy to bring a heightened awareness to the United Way while also helping those in our community dispose of their personal documents safely and securely.”

Secure Shredding, Inc. is a locally owned and industry certified document destruction company that has serviced the southwest Florida area since 2002. For more information about shredding services, visit

United Way Campaign funds remain in our local community to help support the local human service network of 96 agencies and over 250 programs. United Way partner agencies and initiatives serve a diverse range of needs such as nurturing children and youth, strengthening families, meeting critical needs, and empowering communities.  Last year – 1 in every 2 people were touched by a program funded by United Way and over 92% of every dollar given to our United Way goes back into the community.  For more information, please call (239) 433-2000 or visit


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