If you have old files, bills or other paperwork that needs to be shredded, you can help support Special Olympics Ontario by coming down to a Shred-a-Thon on Saturday, October 26.
Kingston Police in partnership with Iron Mountain and the Cataraqui Centre are inviting local residents to safely and securely dispose of household documents – including sensitive material such as tax or government documents, receipts, banking and credit card statements, school or work records – at the Cataraqui Centre from 10:00am to 2:00pm in the north parking lot area across from the Bank of Montreal (BMO).
Iron Mountain will be offering the shredding service by donation, with $10 suggested per banker’s box.
Visit SchoolChamps.ca for more information on the Special Olympics 2020 School Championships and how you can further donate, draft an athlete, corporately sponsor, and volunteer.
About Special Olympics Ontario
Special Olympics Ontario is dedicated to enriching the lives of Ontarians with an intellectual disability through sport. We continue to improve and expand the quality, opportunity and accessibility of sport and we strive to improve upon both the awareness and support of the community in regards to Special Olympics Ontario and those involved. specialolympicsontario.com
About the 2020 Special Olympics Ontario School Championships
The City of Kingston and the Kingston Police are proud to be hosting the 2020 Special Olympics Ontario School Championships. During the 2019/2020 academic year, over 7,000 high school athletes will compete across the province in an effort to qualify for the 2020 School Championships. Taking place June 2-4, the 2020 School Championships will welcome over 1,000 student athletes from across Ontario to Kingston. They will be joined by their coaches, and cheered on in-person and at home by their families and friends as they Embrace the Challenge of these Championships.
Photo: Wikimedia Commons (~ Lance Corporal Jessica Aranda)