Full Resource Name:

Central Illinois Memorial Kidney Fund

P.O. Box 235
Morton, IL 61550

(309) 698-5479



The Central Illinois Memorial Kidney Fund (CIMKF) was formed in 1976 by Dr. Robert Pflederer to serve chronic kidney disease patients receiving dialysis. Funds raised are distributed to chronic kidney disease patients when all other avenues of assistance have been exhausted. The patients work through social workers to request assistance to cover costs such as transportation, groceries, or medication. Where no other help is available, CIMKF also helps provide emergency living expenses.

Primary Services:

  • Bus Fare  [Show Definition Details]

  • Food Vouchers  [Show Definition Details]

  • Local Bus Fare  [Show Definition Details]

  • Mortgage Payment Assistance  [Show Definition Details]

  • Prescription Expense Assistance  [Show Definition Details]

  • Rent Payment Assistance  [Show Definition Details]

  • Utility Service Payment Assistance  [Show Definition Details]

  • Water Service Payment Assistance  [Show Definition Details]

General Information


No set hours. Volunteer based.

Intake Process:

Please have a social worker or medical professional make contact to expedite services.

Program Fees:





Chronic kidney disease patients who are on dialysis or has had a kidney transplant.

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