Shred-It event to aid New Fairfield/Sherman animal shelter

A past feeding and play time for dogs at the New Fairfield Sherman Animal Welfare Society in New Fairfield.

A past feeding and play time for dogs at the New Fairfield Sherman Animal Welfare Society in New Fairfield.

Tyler Sizemore / contributed

SHERMAN — The New Fairfield/Sherman Animal Welfare Society will hold its annual Shred-It fundraiser on April 10 from 9 a.m. till noon in the parking lot of St. Edward the Confessor Church, 21 Brush Hill Road in New Fairfield.

There is no charge but monetary donations to NFSAW are welcome.

Boxed or bagged documents will be shredded on site by Secure Eco Shred of Brookfield and the event is sponsored by Union Savings Bank. There will be a limit of two boxes or bags per car or truck. Participants who have more to shred can then go back to the end of the line and come in again.

Because of COVID, participants will unload their own boxes or bags and must take any boxes or bags back with them. Masks and social distancing are required.

NFSAW, founded in 1977, is a nonprofit organization that shelters and finds homes for abused, neglected and abandoned cats and dogs.