The U.S. Department of Treasury allocated $92,900,218 of Coronavirus Relief Funds to Kane County under the CARES Act to help alleviate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in our communities. To help distribute these funds, the Kane County Board has established the CARES Act Allocation Committee under the direction of Kane County State's Attorney Joseph H. McMahon and in collaboration with the Office of Community Reinvestment. Kerber, Eck & Braeckel, LLP will provide fiscal management of these funds for Kane County.
This initiative for economic recovery established guidelines and strategic priorities for the disbursement of funds to move federal funding to communities, non-profits and businesses in need of direct financial relief.
Throughout the application process you will receive email requests to submit missing and/or supporting documentation. This request is critical to the review of your application. You will be provided with specific instructions as to what documents are needed to complete your application. To expedite the review of your application, avoid further delay and/or rejection you must identify each document uploaded as indicated in the email sent to your point of contact.
Do not include any Personal Identifiable Information in any of your documentation. Multiple documents under the same category must be combined into one document. If your document requires a signature, it must be signed at the time of submission.
Direct any questions regarding missing or supporting documentation to CRF@co.kane.il.us. Please allow for three business days for a reply. Please only send missing or supporting documentation through the application found below "click here". Do not send documents via e-mail.
Assistance for Illinois Families:
The Pritzker Administration, in partnership with the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, has launched an initiative to help Illinois households' access and afford home energy assistance and other essential services during COVID-19. Families seeking assistance to cover costs of utility bills, rent, temporary shelter, food and other household necessities may visit
www.helpillinoisfamilies.com for program details and how to apply.
Business Interruption Grants Program (BIG):https://www2.illinois.gov/dceo/smallbizassistance/pages/c19disadvantagedbusgrants.aspx