Borderland Rotary Club teamed up with EvaStore Document Management again last week to shred unwanted documents for the public in exchange for a small donation.
EvaStore brought their shredding truck to Morrisons Supermarket car park and were on hand to help load document and issue receipts while Borderland took donations from the generous customers.
Sherie Soper explained, “We did a similar event last year and it was a great success, so we now plan to hold the event on an annual basis, and we’d like to thank Morrisons for kindly letting us use their car park and being so supportive and of course, Bryn at EvaStore who has helped so much with the organisation and supply the shredding truck. This time the money raised will go to helping Woodside Primary School to establish a Well-Being Centre at the school”.
Borderland Rotary Club have been helping all the local schools in one way and another, holding book sales, donating money for school Breakfast Clubs and setting up Rotakids Clubs so that pupils learn about community action and get involved with local projects.
Sherie continued, “I feel that this kind of community work sows the seeds for future and may help to develop good, caring citizens”.