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Taylorville Memorial Foundation

The Taylorville Memorial Foundation was established in 1991 when the Taylorville Memorial Hospital created a Fund Development Program and began operations in 1995. The Foundation is based in Taylorville, Illinois.

Regions: The Taylorville Memorial Foundation serves rural Christian County in Illinois.

Issues Supported: The Foundation supports the health needs of Christian County by funding community hospital operations, new healthcare programs, and new medical equipment.

Grant Process and Application: Contact the Taylorville Memorial Foundation by phone at 217-707-5271 to find out more about the grantmaking program and application process.

Grant-Making Per Year: In 2020, the Taylorville Memorial Hospital Foundation provided grants in the amount of $231,000.

Recovery and Supportive Housing Grantee Example: In 2021, the Taylorville Memorial Foundation gave a $30,000 grant to Living Recovery Residencies, which provides recovery housing for individuals struggling with substance abuse. Living Recovery Residencies serves the people of rural Christian County, in Illinois.

Illinois Opioid Settlement Funds

Total Settlement Funds in Illinois

  • $760 million

Fund Distribution

  • 55% to Illinois Remediation Fund
  • 20% to the state
  • 15% to the LG Recovery Fund for townships and municipalities
  • 10% to the LG Recovery Fund for counties


  • Funds from three distributors will be paid over 18 years
  • Funds from Johnson & Johnson will be paid over 9 years
  • Payments were expected to begin in April 2022

Application Process

  • Not established

Spending So Far

  • NA

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