Confidential Shredding Specialists Ireland (CSSI) will be marking its 20th anniversary by holding a free document destruction day for the public on Friday October 9th in Hanley’s Unit, Claregalway, Galway, and raising money for GOAL’s Syrian appeal.
Founded in 1995, CSSI is the largest document disposal company in Connaught and has remained a family run business in its 20 years of operation.
The document destruction day will be held in conjunction with GOAL’s Jersey Day with the company sporting their favourite jerseys and asking the public to make donations in exchange for the destruction of their documents.
Peter Jordan, Managing Director of CSSI said;
“We are 20 years in business and we want to thank everyone who has supported us throughout the years.
By marking our anniversary in conjunction with raising money for GOAL, people can have an enjoyable day, while making a valued and worthwhile contribution to the poorest and the most vulnerable. We are asking the public to donate to GOAL and in exchange we will offer our paper shredding services to the public for free and of course we are encouraging everyone to wear their jersey on the day.”
All funds raised on the day will go towards GOAL’s vital work including Syria and across the 18 other countries in the developing world where the aid agency is implementing emergency relief and development programmes.
To find out more about the event, contact Katrina Phillips Foran on 091 – 799 297 or Katrina@connaughtwasterecycling.com