Diversity and Accessibility
Society of Royal’s program, the IWILL Campaign, delivers an environment of support which allows young men and women to feel comfortable, connected, and safe. By cultivating an atmosphere of diversity, students see a place of acceptance and unconditional determination. We strive to enhance diversity through our campaign and within our organization by continuously researching ways to educate our team and develop a community of experts from various ethnicities and backgrounds. Society of Royals, and it’s program, IWILL Campaign, does not discriminate and respects all persons of any race, creed, orientation, age, or sex. Members and volunteers are required to meet a minimum amount of continued education and community service hours each year to ensure we maintain an environment of persistent growth and diversity. We provide free resources so that our team may meet the minimum for all community service and training requirements. We look to resources such as the United States Office of Personnel’s Management Diversity & Inclusion strategy of 2011, and other standards to guarantee our team is prepared to support our communities in all areas necessary.
We are listening! If you would like to give feedback or if you ever have concerns surrounding our diversity policy, please email our diversity team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Society of Royal’s program, the IWILL Campaign, is a solid foundation to provide students, their families, teachers, and peers the opportunity to effectively discuss and learn about the issues surrounding bullying, suicide, mental health issues, and healthy relationships. The IWILL Campaign’s mission is to bring impact to the community by educating, supporting, and coaching young men and women. Core to that purpose is enhancing accessibility of our resources to those in need. This means improving access to opportunities within all environments and bringing special attention to areas often-times overlooked. We obtain guidance from the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division, the National Institute of Mental Health, and many other similar resources to provide the best line of care possible.
As a part of our efforts, we are working with the National Suicide Prevention team to improve resources for those on the verge of suicide and families dealing with suicide. We have also connected with other organizations to further accessibility in mental health resources, on-site help for college campuses, bullying & cyberbullying, child abuse, substance abuse, eating disorders, and other resources that can be located on our websites for Society of Royals and our IWILL Campaign program.
We want to hear from you! If you ever encountered any accessibility issues, or if you would like to send us your feedback on any features you would suggest adding, please email our accessibility team at email@example.com.