We’ve been hard at work in our community. Our January food drive collected over 1,444 lbs of dry goods, and in February, our staff helped the St. Louis Area Foodbank sort nearly 4 tons of donations!
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At Vantage, we take our mission to “strengthen our community” very seriously. This past holiday season we provided food pantry donations, Thanksgiving dinners, and presents for families in need in the St. Louis area.
What do a reading program, carpentry tools, Chromebooks, a band room projector, and books in multiple languages have in common? They were all once just the audacious dreams of educators, and they’re all programs which Vantage funded with our annual Impact Education contest.
Vantage is hosting a “Grand Reopening” event for our remodeled O’Fallon Branch. The renovations feature our continued dedication to providing members convenience and personal financial guidance.
Nearly every month, Vantage employees support a local charity with fundraising efforts and a “dress down” day. This year alone, employees and members have raised over $10,400 for the local community—it’s the commitment care of our mission at work!
Our annual Impact Education Contest provides funding to school employees to impact their communities—Read about one of last year’s winners, and vote for this years winners!
Since our roots our are in education, Vantage prides itself on our partnerships with educators and school communities. Take a look at some of the ways we are partnering to positively impact our local St. Louis community.
Each year, Vantage Credit Union seeks qualified volunteers from our membership to serve on the Board of Directors or Supervisory Committee. Applications are open from October 1 through December 31.
Vantage Credit Union Regional Manager, Donyella Woods, recently celebrated 35 years of service to the credit union. She is one of only two employees to reach this landmark milestone.
Vantage Credit Union congratulates the winners of this year’s Dream Big contest, Ben Shepherd of Sunset Hills and Nathanial Marsters of Frontenac. Shepherd and Marsters were each awarded $1,000 toward the purchase of a new computer.