We appreciate your interest in supporting RUF at Purdue University!  You may not know this, but RUF at Purdue is entirely dependent upon the generous support of our alumni, student's parents, churches, and a wide range of other folks interested in partnering with this ministry.  While we are always in need of additional financial support, we are also needful of your prayers.  Gospel ministry does not simply happen where people are at work; ministry happens where God is at work through his people.  Keeping this in mind, we welcome your support and will happily answer any questions you have!
Prayer Support
We believe prayer is an integral part of our ministry at Purdue.  Therefore, we seek to build a strong base of prayerful supporters who will call upon God to work on the campus of Purdue.  We publish specific prayer requests in periodic email updates.  If you'd like to be added to our mailing list to keep up-to-date with our latest prayer requests, please contact us.
Financial Support 
RUF is funded exclusively through the generosity of people like you.  We are always looking for new supporters.  Many of our financial supporters give in monthly increments, quarterly increments, and yearly gifts.  Some of our supporters give one time gifts as they can afford to give.

There are several ways you can give:

1. You may give online with a credit, debit card or set up an electronic funds tranfer (EFT) here.

2. You may donate with your credit card and/or set up an automatic monthly draft by calling: 678.825.1070. You may also send a check to:

Reformed University Fellowship 

P.O. Box 890004

Charlotte, NC  28289-0004

and put "Purdue" on the memo line of the check.
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) is a nationally recognized non-profit ministry and your donation is fully tax deductible.  You will receive a paper receipt by mail for every gift.

If you have any questions about this process, Donor Services can be contacted at or by calling (678) 825-1070

You can meet the McDaniel's and learn more about RUF at Purdue by watching this short video: