DuPage Credit Union is Hosting a Back-To-School Supply Drive for the Walter and Connie Payton Foundation

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DuPage Credit Union is hosting a Back-to-School Supply Drive now through August 3rd to support the Walter and Connie Payton Foundation. The drive will support underprivileged Chicago-area children in need of school supplies for the upcoming school year.

DuPage Credit Union is proud to support the Walter and Connie Payton Foundation by collecting donations for their annual Back-to-School Supply Drive now through August 3rd. Donated supplies will go directly to the assistance of underprivileged children attending schools in Englewood, which is a low-income neighborhood in Chicago with 35 schools.

You can make a difference for a child by bringing new school supply donations to a DuPage Credit Union Branch Office. You can donate one item or many, either way you will be making a difference in a kindergarten/grade school-aged child's educational development.

A detailed list of supplies needed is available on the Credit Union’s website at dupagecu.com or at Branch Office locations: Bloomingdale, 202 S. Gary Ave.; Downers Grove, 725 Ogden Ave.; Geneva, 2000 W. State St.; Naperville, 790 Royal St. George Dr.; and Wheaton, 625 E. Roosevelt Rd.

Learn more at payton34.com or call 800.323.2611.

About DuPage Credit Union

DuPage Credit Union is a not-for-profit, full-service, financial institution with more than 32,000 Members. With a long-standing tradition of superior service, DuPage Credit Union offers financial solutions to anyone who lives or works in DeKalb, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry and Will counties. To learn more about DuPage Credit Union and the benefits of Membership, visit dupagecu.com or call 800.323.2611. Deposits are insured to $250,000 per account by American Share Insurance. By Member’s Choice this institution is not federally insured.

About the Walter and Connie Payton Foundation

The Walter and Connie Payton Foundation is dedicated to the emotional healing of neglected, abused and underprivileged children by providing tools and opportunities to build self-esteem and encourage a better family unit giving hope for a brighter future. To learn more, visit payton34.com.

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