The ACLU of Illinois has been the principal protector of constitutional rights in the state since its founding in 1929.
With a membership of more than 20,000 in Illinois – and 550,000 across the country – the ACLU protects freedom, liberty, equality and justice through litigation, lobbying and education.
Why support the ACLU? For the past 90 years, no other organization has more consistently, more fiercely or more successfully defended civil liberties in the United States. From our first... Continue reading
Ways To Give
You can support the work of the ACLU of Illinois and Roger Baldwin Foundation in many different ways: Make a Tax Deductible Gift To the Roger Baldwin Foundation of ACLU.... Continue reading
What is the difference between the Roger Baldwin Foundation and the ACLU of Illinois? The Roger Baldwin Foundation is a 501c(3) organization and serves as the legal, educational and communications... Continue reading
Do you have questions or concerns about your donation to the Roger Baldwin Foundation of the ACLU of Illinois? Contact the development department: Maureen Loughnane, Development Director 180 N. Michigan... Continue reading