As Governor Pritzker made clear on Friday Afternoon with Executive Order 2020-10, which went into effect yesterday evening at 5PM, it is critical that we all Stay at Home unless there is an essential need such as picking up groceries or medication and/or work that needs to be done (thank you all of the workers in the frontlines). And for those most vulnerable among us, especially seniors and those with underlying health conditions, even those essential outings should be done with great care or avoided if possible. 

I need your help to make staying at home possible for all of our community members. 

1. Please share accurate information regarding Governor Pritzker's Stay at Home Order. Questions about the Stay at Home Order? Click HERE for more information.

2. Volunteer with #TeamRam to call seniors

Join #TeamRam to call seniors in our district's communities from your own home. We will be asking if they have any general questions in regards to what is happening as well as asking what assistance and/or services they may need. Our constituent service team is able to follow up with them. This is an all in effort to make sure people have accurate information and get the help they need and deserve. All volunteers will be trained, no experience required.

Are you able to help us call and assiste seniors to ensure they have all they need for just a few hours? Sign up HERE for senior calls.

3. Volunteer with #TeamRam to pick up and deliver groceries to those advised not to leave their home

Our office will connect you with someone who is advised not to leave their home at this time. You'll pick up and drop off groceries. This not only keeps our vulnerable community members safe, it contributes to keeping our entire community safe. 

Grocery delivery is among the most common needs we're hearing from constituents right now. Can you help ensure seniors and those with underlying conditions have food security in the coming weeks? Sign up for grocery delivery HERE.

Thank you all in advance. This is a strange, difficult, and perilous time. That said, I'm finding hope in how members of our communities are caring for one another.

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District Office
3851 W Devon Ave
Chicago, IL 60659
(872) 208-5188

Springfield Office
Stratton Office Building
401 S. Spring St.
Section C, Room E
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-5500

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