Resources related to COVID-19

updated September 20, 2022

Nonprofits That Serve Veterans are Encouraged to Apply for Cook County's Honor Grants Program

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced $1.5 million in funding today for Honor Grants - a program spearheaded by the Cook County Department of Veterans Affairs (CCVA) - to expand programming offered by nonprofit organizations that serve the veteran community and their families.

Honor Grants are available to nonprofit organizations who have existing programs for veterans and their families that provide resources and services to address mental health, education and job placement, home and food security in addition to making benefits more accessible.

Nonprofit organizations who have experienced significant revenue loss during the COVID-19 pandemic and require support to sustain and expand existing programs for veterans are encouraged to apply.

Applications opened today and close Friday, September 30.

CCVA will distribute:

• 20 – $25,000 grants

• 10 – $50,000 grants

• 5 – $100,000 grants

For more information and to apply, visit


If you have any questions, please email Maj. Deanna "De" Love at or call (312) 603-6423.

Chamber All In For Economic Recovery This growing coalition urges the Illinois Legislature to prioritize economic relief for Illinois' businesses. Our coalition has identified a platform to bring both short and long-term relief to your business. The platform includes various recommendations designed to aid businesses' bottom line, recover from the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and establish pathways for constructive collaboration with the public sector. View update from the spring session of the Illinois General Assembly.

Cook County Department of Public Health issued a new mitigation order on December 23, 2021 for its suburban Cook County jurisdiction. Specifically, the order calls for proof of vaccination for customers of indoor settings where food or drink are served for on-premises consumption, like restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues, and in fitness facilities. The order will go into effect January 3, 2022.

For more information, click the links below:

Stay up to date on the indicators for mitigation intervention by the State. Schaumburg is in Region 10.

Illinois Covid information



Schaumburg Business Association members able to provide PPE (Personal protective equipment)


            Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH)


            National Restaurant Association

            American Hotel & Lodging Association

           National Safety Council, Safe Actions for Employee Returns

State Resources:

Small Business Administration Disaster Resources:

National Resources:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers the most up-to-date information on COVID-19.  For resources, including consolidated, business-specific guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), please click here.