Salisbury Bank is continuing its initiative to fight identity theft while building goodwill in the community by sponsoring a free Shred event and food drive.
“Identity theft continues to be a concern for individuals and businesses. Shredding documents containing personal information has become an important step in protecting against this issue,” said Amy Raymond, Executive Vice President and Chief Retail Banking Officer. “Salisbury Bank is pleased to kick off the season at our Dover Plains branch to help you dispose of sensitive documents responsibly and securely free of charge.”
Community Shred “Drive-thru” day is open to everyone and will be held at the Dover Plains branch – 5 Dover Village Plaza, Dover Plains, New York on Saturday, May 7 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Please also consider bringing a non-perishable donation – local pantries need a variety of donations including: canned goods, powdered milk, whole grains, cooking spices, macaroni and cheese, mix of pancakes/cakes, peanut butter, condiments, pasta, granola/oatmeal and tomato sauce. Household necessities such as paper towels, diapers, wipes, socks, feminine hygiene products, shampoo and soap are also appreciated. All shredded paper will be recycled and all collected items will be donated directly to local food pantries.
For more information on Identity Theft Protection, visit SalisburyBank.com/Personal/Customer-Security.
Salisbury Bank is a full-service community bank headquartered in Lakeville, Connecticut and currently operates full-service branches in Canaan, Lakeville, Salisbury and Sharon, Connecticut; Great Barrington, Sheffield and South Egremont, Massachusetts; as well as Dover Plains, Fishkill, Millerton, New Paltz, Newburgh, Poughkeepsie and Red Oaks Mill, New York. The Bank has served families and businesses for more than 170 years and offers a full range of personal and business banking products and services as well as trust and investment services.