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Shred Days & Giving Back

We are proud to be partnering with Food Bank of Wyoming to provide food and necessities to people in need. While there is no cost to Shred Days, we encourage members and participants to contribute to the Food Bank of Wyoming. The team at Food Bank of Wyoming works tirelessly to both uplift and nourish communities across the state, and we are proud to help support their mission. 

Financial gifts are very powerful to Food Bank’s where they can buy three cans of food compared to the cost of one in the store – here is a beautifully made video that explains the impact of a donated dollar vs. donated food  

As a member-owned, not-for-profit institution, WyHy knows how a helping hand can make a huge difference—especially now. That’s why WyHy will be matching your donations to Food Bank of Wyoming dollar for dollar!

Make Your Donation 

What to Shred

Better to be safe than sorry is the way to go when it comes to shredding important papers. As WyHy’s Shred Days approach, let’s discuss 4 documents that should always be shredded and disposed of in a secure way:

  • Documents with Personal Information: Anytime you receive something in the mail with personal information such as date of birth, Social Security number, phone number, email address or driver’s license number, it is important to shred. It makes identity thief’s job easier when they can access information on one paper documents. It does not take much information for them to be able to do major damage. Mail from government agencies, work-related mail, travel documents, and medical related mail are common documents that have personal information and should always be shredded.
  • Documents with Account Information: When you receive mail with information regarding an account you should double check there is no sensitive information. This includes account numbers, usernames, and passwords. Mailings such as bills and credit card statements often contain this type of information.
  • Documents with Financial Information: As a general rule, you should shred any document you receive from a financial institution. Once the statement or account information from your bank is no longer necessary, it should be shredded. These type of documents hold sensitive information that you do not want others to easily access by just throwing it away.
  • Junk Mail: While junk mail seems innocent, often the computer barcodes displayed on these documents contain personal identifying information. Since companies target certain demographics, it always a good idea to shred. Examples include pre-authorized credit card offers, mail from insurance companies, and mail from membership organizations.

Make the most of WyHy’s Document Destruction Days and bring any personal documents to be shredded free of charge.

Acceptable items include:
White and color paper, staples and paper clips.

Non-acceptable items:
Newspapers, magazines, glossy paper, black binder clips, spiral binding.

WyHy will have a shredding truck on the parking lot to shred documents on site. In order to reduce potential risk to everyone, please stay in your car and drive to the truck where we will help dispose of documents. In case of inclement weather, please park and bring your boxes inside the branch.

WyHy Shred Days

  • Casper
    • Friday, April 12th
    • 11:00 AM- 2:00 PM
    • 1521 Centennial Court Casper, WY 82609
  • Cheyenne
    • Saturday, April 13th
    • 9:00 PM - 12:00 PM
    • 1715 Stillwater Avenue Cheyenne, WY 82009
  • Rock Springs
    • Friday, April 19th
    • 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
    • 2611 Foothill Blvd Rock Springs, WY 82901
  • Green River
    • Friday, April 19th
    • 1:00 PM- 4:00 PM 
    • 110 Commerce Dr. Green River, WY 82935