Rebuild Distressed Communities Program
Rebuild Distressed Communities is a $25 million economic recovery program to support economically distressed Illinois businesses and communities that have sustained property damage due to civil unrest on or after May 25th, 2020.
Friday, October 2nd from 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
DCEO has partnered with two community organizations, Local Initiative Services Corporation (LISC) and Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives, Inc. (CNI) to operate the program on behalf of DCEO.
The Rebuild Distressed Communities grant program will reimburse the cost of repairs for structural damages, including repairs to storefronts and entrances, improving electrical systems, and restoring exterior work. For work yet to be completed, LISC and CNI will partner with local contractors and pay for them to perform the work.
Please use the link below to attend the Zoom virtual meeting scheduled for Friday, October 2nd from 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 892 7617 4390
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+13126266799,,89276174390# US (Chicago)
Detailed information will be provided during this information session.
Neighborhood Opportunity Fund (NOF)
The City of Chicago’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund will open for grant applications from entrepreneurs and nonprofit groups on the South, West and Southwest sides next month, with more than $5 million in funding available.
Applications for funding from the Department of Planning and Development (DPD) program will open on Monday, Sept. 14 with a deadline of Friday, Nov. 6. Grants of up to $250,000 will be available to rehabilitation and new construction projects. A map of eligible areas and additional application details can be found on the program’s website, www.chicago.gov/nof.
Please call the Greater Roseland Chamber of Commerce for assistance at
Please use link below for NOF details:
Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) Business Interruption Grants Program (BIG)
round two applications open now
Business Interruption Grants (BIG) and Rebuild Distressed Communities (RDC) build on a menu of small business and community relief programs created by the administration since COVID-19 first hit - with over $500 million in grants and programs launched by DCEO, including emergency hospitality grants, a downstate small business stabilization program, Fast Track Capital, and more. For more information on programs available for businesses and communities, please visit DCEO Website.