ST. LOUIS – This holiday season Vantage Credit Union employees have been busy raising funds for the Grant Wistrom Foundation. Established in 2002 by National Football League’s St. Louis Rams defensive end Grant Wistrom, the Foundation is dedicated to helping children in need, especially those diagnosed with cancer. The non-profit Foundation relies on annual fund raising events as well as corporate and public contributions. Vantage Credit Union employees raised a portion of the credit union’s $2,000 donation through an employee raffle. Staffers participated in a raffle for a chance to win a trip for two to travel with the St. Louis Rams to their November 23 game against the Arizona Cardinals in Phoenix. VCU Warrenton branch staffer Katherine Farnsworth won the trip and VCU donated $2,000 to the Foundation.

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