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PALS camp receives $50,000 from Purdue Federal, Brees Foundation

From Lafayette/ West Lafayette, Indiana

WEST LAFAYETTE – Purdue Federal Credit Union CEO Bob Falk recently presented a $50,000 check from Purdue Federal and The Brees Dream Foundation to the Purdue Athletes Life Success camp.

“PALS plays a vital role in our community,” said Falk. “We are proud to support this camp because it fulfills our mission to educate our area youth, helping them develop necessary skills to succeed in adulthood.”

Since 2007, Purdue Federal and The Brees Dream Foundation have jointly raised $275,000 for PALS, which provides sports, fitness, life and health instruction to area youth ages 8-14 whose parents or guardians meet Department of Health and Human Services income guidelines. The funds will support operation of PALS, ensuring area youth have a place where they learn valuable life skills during the summer.

Purdue Federal and The Brees Dream Foundation look forward to future support of PALS and the Lafayette-West Lafayette community.

About Purdue Federal: Purdue Federal Credit Union was founded as Purdue Employees Federal Credit Union on the Purdue University campus in 1969. In December 2010, PEFCU acquired Members United Federal Credit Union through a merger. At the time of merger, the credit union changed its name to Purdue Federal to better reflect its membership base, which includes students, faculty and staff, and communities where Purdue University and its regional campuses operate. Purdue Federal is a member-owned financial cooperative with more than 60,000 members nationwide and assets at more than $700 million.

About The Brees Dream Foundation: The Brees Dream Foundation was established in 2003 by Drew and Brittany Brees. Its mission is to advance research in the fight against cancer and provide care, education and opportunities for children and families in need. Drew and Brittany Brees, and the Brees Dream Foundation have collectively committed and/or contributed more than $11 million to charitable causes and academic institutions.


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