Free Community Shred Event April 15th
Joyce Palmer the President of JP Financial Group LLC spearheads a signature shred event every year in Charlotte, North Carolina. Palmer always emphasizes properly protecting and disposing of personal documents. This year in order to participate in Charlotte’s signature shred event, please register, here. This year the shred event is April 15th from 10 am to 1 pm at the Latin American Chamber located in the parking lot at 145 Scaleybark Rd in Charlotte. JP Financial Group has been in the financial world for the past 20 years, helping women plan for retirement and build wealth. This year’s shred event supports worthy nonprofits, and this year it benefits the Latin American Chamber, The Charlotte Post Foundation and FACET INC Services in Charlotte, North Carolina. This makes the 6th annual FREE Shred event and your donation is greatly appreciated.
Joyce Palmer is the President of JP Financial Group LLC and a Board member for both non-profits: The Charlotte Post Foundation and FACET Services. Joyce is also the creator of The Proactive Women’s Podcast. FACET Services – Faith In Action Community and Educational Transition (FACET) Services, Inc., is a faith-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, focused on assisting homeless women, and those at risk of becoming homeless in the Charlotte community, the transition from homelessness to a life of liberation. Juliette Wilson is the founder of Facet Services, Inc. and has been putting on an annual Legend’s Luncheon in the month of March since 2008. The outreach ministry focuses on women transitioning out of the Center of Hope, the Salvation Army’s Women’s Homeless Shelter. Also supports women who are transitioning out of the YWCA’s Families Together Program and the Harvest Center of Charlotte.
The Charlotte Post Foundation creates life-changing educational opportunities for African American youth with three components. This nonprofit brings good energy to the community. They provide mentorship and solutions to African American communities. They also award senior high school students with college scholarships in Mecklenburg and Wake Counties, to further their quest for quality education.