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Shred for Royal Inland Hospital’s new ICU

 | April 29, 2010

May 1, 2010 marks Interior Vault Ltd. and Radio NL’s Annual Free Shred Day, from 8:00am to 3:00pm, where Kamloops residents are invited to bring their boxes of old accounting files, hard drives, love letters, and more, to Interior Vault to be shredded by donation. In exchange for having your documents shredded, Interior Vault is asking that residents make a donation to the ICU Campaign at Royal Inland Hospital Foundation.

In conjunction with Free Shred Day, Interior Vault President, Brad Wood, is asking participants to bring in their items to shred and “ share their best and worst memories to be shredded ”, where a prize will be awarded to the “Best Shred of 2009”. The Winner will be announced on Radio NL at noon on May 1.

“We were so excited to be chosen as the charity of choice by Interior Vault for this event”, said Veronica Carroll, Executive Officer of Royal Inland Hospital Foundation.
“This event is a great example of the commitment that Kamloops businesses have towards Royal Inland Hospital and the healthcare that’s provided to community members”, added Carroll. “With the creative and fun concept of finding the Best Shred 2009, this Saturday is sure to be a busy day at Interior Vault Ltd.”, said Carroll.

Royal Inland Hospital Foundation supports the needs of our tertiary hospital in Kamloops that serves approximately 225,000 people from the area, as well as regional facilities, and carries on the tradition of raising funds for crucial patient care equipment, health sciences bursaries, and special programs. Royal Inland Hospital Foundation’s current goal to raise $3 million for the New Intensive Care unit will help Royal Inland Hospital and regional facilities provide the finest medical care possible for our community.

Interior Vault is a supporter of local non-profit organizations, and hosts many great events benefiting the Kamloops community.

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