Allerton Park and Retreat Center strives to be a reflection of the diverse communities we serve by providing a safe and welcoming space where people of all cognitive and physical abilities, socioeconomic statuses, ages, and ethnic, racial, sexual, gender, and religious identities can thrive at Allerton.
The Diversity, Inclusion, and Access (DIA) Committee was started to ensure that creating an inclusive environment for everyone is an ongoing initiative throughout all facets of Allerton. The mission of the DIA Committee is to: Create, promote, and sustain an environment where all are welcomed to engage with and be inspired by nature, history, and the arts. We will be persistent and intentional in our efforts to ensure diversity, inclusion, and accessibility throughout our programming, events, formal and natural spaces, while celebrating the uniqueness of all individuals, Allerton Park, and its legacy.
Find Diversity, Inclusion, and Access resources here.
Read our statement on the Black Lives Matter movement here.
Please note: Because of the historic nature of the property, not all areas of Allerton are accessible. Please contact us at 217-333-3287 or email@example.com if you need assistance planning your visit. Read more about our Accessible Allerton initiative here.
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