As our city and our nation combat the spread of COVID-19, our Club is proud to be partnered with a number of organizations doing their part to promote public health and help flatten the curve.

Whether it's supporting the health and safety of employees and clients, offering at-home services, or charitable donations, here's how our Club partners are standing up for Chicago in response to COVID-19:

  • As a member of the adidas Chicago Fire family, you're a part of our #hometeam. Sign up or login to enjoy a 90-day free premium membership to the adidas Training app. We're in this together to keep our hearts, bodies and minds healthy. Click here to sign up or login.
  • Using the same material co-created for 4D midsoles, Adidas has teamed up to produce 3D printed face shields to support U.S. healthcare organizations, first responders and underserved communities that have the greatest need and don't have access to adequate supplies. Read more.

  • Bimbo is helping to feed America during this pandemic by donating food, funds and time to help people in need, including first responders.
  • The company has donated $645,750 and counting to Feeding America along with millions of loaves of bread to help feed families across the
  • Good Morning America interviewed BBU’s own Dana Connors on the company's commitment to feeding people and its donation to Feeding America. Watch the interview here for more on Bimbo's relief efforts.

  • BODYARMOR have committed over 4,000 bottles of product to the American Red Cross’s relief efforts in Illinois. The State of Illinois is experiencing an unprecedented blood shortage in this time of need, and this critical donation of beverages will provide impactful support to those that are giving blood.

 

  • CIBC is offering proactive, focused solutions to help reduce the financial pressure being felt by clients as a result of this pandemic.
  • CIBC has implemented new measures in our U.S. banking centers to support public health efforts to manage the spread and flatten the curve of COVID-19.
  • CIBC is offering pandemic-related fraud protection education
  • CIBC is supporting organizations on the front line, including: American Red Cross, The Chicago Community Trust, Feeding America, and the United Way of Metropolitan Chicago.
  • For details on all of CIBC's relief efforts, click here

  • Heineken is deploying multiple local initiatives across its global operations in support of those who are at the front line of the COVID-19 fight. These include the donation of water and non-alcoholic beverages, the production of hand sanitizers and monetary contributions to front line medical facilities.
  • Heineken further recognizes that the humanitarian community is in need of additional support. Responding to the March 26 international appeal, Heineken is donating €15 million to support the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) relief efforts for the most vulnerable people affected by COVID-19, in particular in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
  • To support the health and safety of its employees, the company is ensuring that those employees, who work in production and distribution, follow strict hygiene and social distancing guidelines and receive support to do their jobs safely. Furthermore, to provide security to its employees, Heineken commits until the end of 2020, it will not carry out structural layoffs, as a consequence of COVID-19.
  • Heineken is scaling up initiatives in support of on-trade customers across markets in all regions.
  • Heineken is committed to paying suppliers at agreed payment terms and will support its most vulnerable small and medium sized suppliers through early payments.
  • Read more on Heineken's relief efforts here.

  • Based in Chicago, Iltaco Foods is helping feed the community in this time of need by donating 30 cases of retail Pizza Puffs (1,250 Pizza Puffs total) to the Salvation Army for distribution.

  • In an effort to provide a well-deserved ‘Thank You’ and support to medical professionals, aides, and staff members who are risking their health and well-being, Let’s Pave has launched a “Road to Recovery” Covid-19 initiative benefiting hard-hit senior living and healthcare facilities in Massachusetts.
  • Let’s Pave is purchasing and delivering gift cards, lunches, and home goods gift packages including items such as antibacterial wipes, hand sanitizer, and tissue paper to frontline facilities in the state.
  • To date, $40,000+ dollars have been raised with more pouring in every day.
  • For more information or for ways you can help, please visit https://www.letspave.com/road-to-recovery-donation/

  • The priority at Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush is to protect the health and well-being of our community, staff and patients. Since the spread of COVID19 began, Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush has been a leader in implementing procedures to prevent the spread of infection including a mandatory mask policy, temperature screening and social distancing in our facilities, converting patients to telemedicine visits, and only performing urgent surgeries as needed on a case by case basis.
  • MOR's clinical facilities are open, and its providers are available to provide the full array of services for patients’ including any diagnostic imaging such as CT or MRI, physical or occupational therapy and if necessary, surgical treatment.MO
  • MOR is also offering patients with virtual consultations, or telemedicine visits. Using telemedicine, you can receive a diagnosis, learn your treatment options, and get treatment.
  • For more information and updates on MOR's operations -- including how to schedule an appointment -- click here.

  • Motorola has created a #stayconnected social media campaign to help encourage people to stay home, give tips on ways to make that change easier, and foster discussions with followers on how they are making things work. Follow Motorola on Instagram @motorolaus.
  • Motorola is also making a smartphone donation to multiple charities throughout the country in order to provide connectivity for education and a means of communication for patients in hospitals.

  • Hospitals across the country are facing unprecedented challenges in the face of COVID-19. Keeping patients and families connected during “no visitors” status is just one example. With sports programs on pause and athletic trainers sidelined, NovaCare Rehabilitation’s parent company, Select Medical, is providing athletic trainers with the opportunity to help in specialty hospitals. Whether it’s assisting with cleaning assignments, facilitating family communication and other duties, NovaCare’s athletic trainers have done an admirable job of adjusting to a new role.
  • NovaCare Rehabilitation is offering physical therapy from the comfort and safety of your home through their new telerehab program. In this time of social distancing, NovaCare will virtually bring their services to you so you may heal, build strength and get back to the things you love. Telerehab lets you easily connect with one of NovaCare’s licensed therapists through web-based technology that is HIPAA compliant.
  • For more on NovaCare's relief efforts and telerehab program, click here.