Event Overview

In today’s digital age, safeguarding personal information is important. Identity theft and data breaches can wreak havoc on an individual’s life, making it essential to take preventative measures. One effective way to protect your identity is by properly disposing of your sensitive documents. The Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary is running this upcoming SHRED-A-THON event where all sensitive documents will be shredded and safely disposed of on-site.

When and Where

The SHRED-A-THON event is scheduled for Saturday, April 27th from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. It’ll take place in the parking lot at St. Raphael Catholic Church on 2514 Lee Boulevard in Lehigh Acres, located across from Walmart.

What to Expect

Secure Shredding

Bring your old bank statements, tax returns, and other confidential documents to be shredded on-site. It’s a safe and secure way to dispose of your personal documents that have your information on them, with volunteers available to unload your documents directly from your car.

NO metal rails and 3-ring binders will be accepted.


A donation will be appreciated of $5.00 per box or bag (average size).

Why It’s Important

Document shredding is one of the most effective ways to prevent identity theft. The SHRED English event provides a secure, convenient method for community members to destroy sensitive documents, ensuring personal information does not fall into the wrong hands.

Join Us

We invite residents of Lehigh Acres and the surrounding communities to join us. It’s an opportunity to take proactive steps towards personal security while supporting a local organization that makes a difference in our community.

Remember, protecting your identity starts with simple actions. Shredding sensitive documents is a crucial step in this process. Mark your calendar for April 27th, and be part of a movement towards a safer, more secure future.

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