First Aid Squad hosting annual shredding fundraiser


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WEST MILFORD - The First Aid Squad Auxiliary Unit is hosting its Annual town-wide Shredding Fundraiser on Saturday, May 4 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m..

All donations will go to benefit the West Milford Township First Aid Squad's equipment, supplies, and training fund.

Confidential Shredding will be on-site at the West Milford First Aid Squad building at 619 Ridge Road.

The squad is currently seeking 2019 sponsors for this event, which is open to all residents and nonresidents.

If you are a local business and are interested in learning how to receive confidential shredding for your documents please contact the squad.

Tiered Sponsorship levels are available:

Tier # 1 $300 – Includes unlimited shredding

Tier # 2 $200 – Includes 20 boxes of shredding

Tier # 3 $100 – Includes 10 boxes of shredding

All sponsorship's include Company logos on all signs and company names in newspaper articles and Facebook posts.

send an email to WMFASevents@gmail.com, or call Allison at (973) 826-0572 for more sponsorship information.

The West Milford First Aid Squad Auxiliary Unit would like to thank Coppola Services Inc., of Ringwood, for being a returning sponsors.

Thank you for supporting our organization and making this event possible.



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