One Nevada Announces Matching Donation to Three Square Food Bank

LAS VEGAS, NV (June 3, 2022) — Three Square Food Bank received $4,000 in donations from One Nevada Credit Union’s annual spring shred day. The shredding service is free to the public, but donations were accepted benefiting Three Square. Las Vegas residents donated a record 863 pounds of food and $1,894.95 for the safe shred of their unwanted documents. The event was so successful that One Nevada decided to round up and match the donation for a total contribution of $4,000 to Three Square.

The One Nevada Shred Day donations will help Three Square in its mission to fight hunger across the valley, while pursuing a hunger-free community. At Three Square, $1 provides three meals so One Nevada’s donation will contribute more than 12,000 meals to the effort.

For more information about Three Square and its programs, visit

Pictured (L-R): One Nevada’s Jake Ludens, Jara Pearson, and Toni Marie Flowers with Will Edwards, Marketing Outreach Specialist at Three Square.



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 46,000 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


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