Purdue Crew’s Row-A-Thon — Benefits LUM

Join Us – THIS Saturday – A Rowing Spectacle

Purdue Rowing Team presents their annual “Row-A-Thon 2020” in support of the LUM  Good Samaritan Fund



Purdue Row-A-Thon 2020 is scheduled for:

  • Saturday, February 15
  • 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Tippecanoe Mall, 2415 Sagamore Pkwy S, Lafayette, IN

Row-A-Thon is one of the largest donations each year. Row-A-Thon is a rowing spectacle that takes place all day in the center of Tippecanoe Mall, Lafayette. The co-ed team members row a marathon of 26 miles in three hours on indoor rowing machines while raising funds for LUM. 

Stop by the Mall on this Saturday and check it out. You may make a donation in person at Row-A-Thon or by mail. Please make checks payable to  Purdue Crew Club  and mail your checks to: Purdue Crew—Row-A-Thon, 500 Brown Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907. Thanks to Purdue Crew president, Henri Laliberte, Head Coach David Kucik, and the entire rowing team and coaching staff for their continued support of  Lafayette Urban Ministry.  Please note: the funds raised from Row-a-thon will be split 50/50 between LUM and Purdue Crew Team.
 
The LUM Good Samaritan Fund is an emergency financial assistance program which provides our community’s neediest families and children with a strong and reliable safety net. Help is offered for utility bills, rent, and prescription medications. In 2019, the Good Samaritan Fund provided assistance  1,783 times  and  $103,614  was shared.

Thanks to Purdue Crew president, Henri Laliberte, Head Coach David Kucik, and the entire rowing team and coaching staff for their continued support of Lafayette Urban MinistryPlease note: the funds raised from Row-a-thon will be split 50/50 between LUM and Purdue Crew Team.


PHOTOS — Check out the photos from last year’s Row-A-Thon, click HERE.


Contacts:
Joe Micon, Executive Director, Lafayette Urban Ministry
765.423.2691 | jmicon@lumserve.org

David Kucik, Head Coach, Purdue Crew
dwk@purdue.edu


More information:
The LUM Good Samaritan Fund is an emergency financial assistance program which provides our community’s neediest families and children with a strong and reliable safety net. Help is offered for utility bills, rent, and prescription medications. In 2019, the Good Samaritan Fund provided assistance 1,783 times and $103,614 was shared.

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