PALS Pillars

Responsibility

Whether it is being on time, following the rules, or picking up after yourself, PALS teaches responsibility to all campers each and every day.

Respect

Please, thank you, yes sir, and no ma’am are just a few phrases every camper will hear from staff and campers alike as PALS leads by example with respectful interactions.

Courage

Go the extra mile, put in the extra effort, do what you can when you can. These are all values passed along to PALS campers as  we hope to empower them in whatever life brings.

Caring

Caring is important, both in and out of camp. PALS strives to instill a common sense of care between staff, campers, and others.

News

2017 Physicals

In order to attend the PALS camp, every camper needs an up to date physical. PALS offer free physicals for every camper. There are 3 nights to take advantage of free physicals: Day Time Location Directions Wednesday, April 26th 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM Tecumseh Middle School 2101 S 18th St, Lafayette, IN 47905 Tuesday, […]

2017 Camp Dates

The camp dates for 2017 have been announced! Camp will be in session June 15th through July 14th.

2017 Junior Team Leader Application

2017 Junior Team Leader Application for PALS is out now! If you’re interested in learning more or applying, you can see the application at the links below.    

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Testimonials

PALS has definitely brightened the lives of countless young people. I can’t think of a more noble cause.
James RiskCEO and President - Kirby Risk Corporation
If you want to witness positive change in the life of a youngster, visit PALS. You, too, will be transformed!
Julie GriffithVice President of Public Affairs - Purdue University
PALS continues to add relevant programming to help campers prepare for their future.
Robert FalkPresident & CEO - PFCU