Although its day school and counseling center are closed, in accordance with Illinois’ shutdown, nearly 99 kids continue to call the Allendale campus home. Thanks to the staff, community and a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny, these young survivors continue to heal and develop, even in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.
“While these times are filled with uncertainty, what is not uncertain is the strength of Allendale,” Keeler said. “Allendale was established upon the promise of community, and it’s this belief in community that has sustained us for more than 120 years.”
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