EPC donates funds raised from Classic Carfest
EPC, Inc., the largest professional electronics recycler and IT Asset Management (ITAM) firm in Missouri and one of the largest in the country, has presented a check for $13,600 to Volunteers in Medicine of St. Charles and Lincoln counties. The funds were raised at the 11th annual EPC Classic Carfest held in October.
All proceeds from the day-long, family-oriented event benefited Volunteers in Medicine, which provides health care services to uninsured adults in St. Charles and Lincoln counties. Founded in 1996, the clinic has an all-volunteer staff of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dietitians, social workers and administrative assistants.
During the event classic car enthusiasts were able to check out hundreds of vehicles, whether vintage or classic, representing a variety of makes and models on display at EPC’s lot.
Powered by volunteers and monetary contributions acquired through corporate sponsors, vendors, raffles and registration fees, the EPC Classic Carfest has raised more than $115,000 for local charities in the past 11 years.
“Each year we select an area charity that works to improve the lives of people in need in St. Charles County or throughout the metropolitan area,” said Dan Fuller, founder and president of EPC. “The Classic Carfest has become a fall tradition for many families who enjoy seeing a wide range of vintage or classic vehicles in a festive atmosphere.”