Capitol Federal® Shred Days

CapFed® Shred Days - To you it's trash, to thieves it's gold.Capitol Federal® Shred Days

Capitol Federal believes shredding important documents is a great, easy way to fight against identity theft. Stop by a CapFed Shred Days location in your area to have your important documents securely shredded:

Topeka - Tuesday, April 15 - 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
2100 SW Fairlawn Road

Manhattan - Wednesday, April 23 - 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
705 Commons Place

Emporia - Monday, April 28 - 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
602 Commercial

Salina - Monday, April 28 - 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
2550 South 9th Street

Lawrence - Monday, May 5 - 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
1025 Iowa Street

Wichita - Tuesday, May 6 - 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
8301 E 21st Street North

Kansas City - Tuesday, May 6 - 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Lenexa Baptist Church, 15320 W 87th Street Parkway
(Across the street from CapFed's Lenexa branch)


Event Information

Upon arrival, please sign in prior to having materials shred. For your safety, please remain in your car. Capitol Federal employees will unload materials.

What To Bring

  • Limit of two paper/plastic grocery bags or two copy paper-sized boxes per vehicle
  • Paper only - no plastics or metal
  • Paper must be removed from three-ring binders and banker's clips removed
  • No CDs
  • Please follow guidelines - odd sizes will be refused
  • Household or personal records, according to information provided below

What Should Stay? What Goes?

For a timeline on how long to keep your business and personal documents, visit the website.

Make sure to shred junk mail that includes account numbers, birth dates, passwords and PINs, signatures, Social Security numbers, and personal information like your address, phone numbers or email addresses. Documents to consider shredding may include:

  • Old bank statements, utility bills, credit card statements or other personal correspondence
  • Old tax returns (visit for guidance on what to shred and what to keep)
  • Old check carbons bearing your account number
  • Loan documents for vehicles you no longer have
  • Documents with personal identifying information, such as name and date of birth or Social Security number
  • Records from closed 401K accounts (after everything has been properly transferred)