Community Shred Day 2022 was a huge success

Over 10,475 pounds of documents were shredded and $1,495 raised!

Shred Day 2022 Results

Posted on Sep 20, 2022

ACNB Bank held a Community Shred Day on Saturday, September 17, 2022. A project associated with United Way of Adams County, the Community Shred activity gives people the chance to dispose of old confidential documents safely. 
 
Although we were unable to host this event in 2021 due to the Fiserv DNA conversion, our enthusiastic team of ACNB volunteers welcomed 176 customers and other local residents to the ACNB Corporation Operations Center parking lot, where more than 10,475 pounds of documents were shredded by All-Shred this year. 

The Customer Contact Center staff members once again played an important role by accepting and recording the reservations from customers and other local residents. The Bank’s Marketing team was instrumental in helping to promote this popular Adams County event by creating lobby signs for the community banking offices and sharing the details via the Bank’s blog, social media and digital video monitors. The Gettysburg Times published an article about our Community Shred Day to encourage advance registrations. 

Participants donated a minimum of $2.00 per box of shred materials with a total donation of $1,495 made to United Way of Adams County. Additionally, many people brought canned goods and other nonperishable food items in support of the kickoff of the 16th Annual Bag the Bounty Food Drive organized by United Way of Adams County. ACNB Bank offices in Adams County and Hanover, as well as the ACNB Corporation Operations Center, are collecting nonperishable food items and cleaning supplies through October 31 to benefit Bag the Bounty. 

Pictured: Our onsite volunteers included: Stacey Burchette, Kaitlyn Colen, Eric Deaner, Nate Fuhrman, Stan Miller, Tabitha Miller, Lauren Muzzy, Jeff Pottorff, Kay Stuffle, Ruby Sullivan, Zach Trayer, Lindsey Vandergrift, and David Wivell. Thank you for volunteering your time!