Hundreds support SPCA of Northern Nevada at One Nevada shred event

LAS VEGAS, NV (October 24, 2019) — This month, One Nevada Credit Union donated $1,387.39 to SPCA of Northern Nevada after another successful, annual fall shred event. One Nevada holds two shred events annually encouraging the community to shred their confidential documents and help protect their identity. The shredding service is free to the public, but donations were accepted benefiting SPCA of Northern Nevada. The donations help SPCA of Northern Nevada in its mission to find pets loving homes and provide low-cost spay/neuters to the community.

“SPCA of Northern Nevada is grateful to be a part of One Nevada’s annual shred event,” said Sean Farnan, SPCA of Northern Nevada Development Director. “We have a great partnership with One Nevada, and we couldn’t save the lives of over 2,100 homeless pets annually without their consistent and generous support. A big thank you to One Nevada for taking good care of us, so we can, in turn, take good care of pets in need.”

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About One Nevada Credit Union

With over $1.3 billion in assets, One Nevada Credit Union is the largest, locally owned, federally insured credit union in the state. It is also one of the strongest, well-capitalized financial institutions in the country. One Nevada specializes in serving Nevadans’ personal financial needs. One Nevada serves more than 75,000 members, has 14 branches, and offers 43,000 surcharge-free ATMs through the Allpoint Network. Membership is open to all residents of Washoe, Clark, and Nye counties. One Nevada is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government Agency. For more information, visit

About the SPCA of Northern Nevada

The SPCA, founded in 1998, is Reno’s original no-kill animal shelter. Their mission is to be an innovative regional leader in responsible treatment of homeless dogs and cats, primarily through their rescue and placement in forever loving homes and by promoting spaying and neutering to control pet overpopulation. They accomplish their mission with dedication to their core values and a lifetime commitment to animals.


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