Did you know that 30-40% of all monetary donations to Rose Brooks Center are received in just the last two months of the year? It’s true! These gifts create a substantial impact and help provide safety all year long. This holiday season, these donations are especially important as we strive to meet the increased needs of domestic violence survivors and manage federal funding cuts.
There are a variety of ways to provide safety through end-of-year giving: appreciated stock, qualified charitable distributions (QCDs), an online donation, or by writing a check. You can also volunteer or remember Rose Brooks Center in your planned giving [see a free way to write a legal will below]! And remember, if you have ANY Missouri tax liability, Domestic Violence Tax Credits are available when you donate to Rose Brooks Center. The tax credit application is simple and we are happy to help.
What Is A Tax Credit?
A tax credit is a sum subtracted from the total amount a taxpayer owes to the state. Unlike deductions and exemptions that reduce taxable income, credits directly reduce taxes owed. The value of the credits is subtracted from the total amount of owed taxes. Rose Brooks Center currently has Missouri Domestic Violence (DV) Tax Credits for up to 50% of your gift.
To read more about Tax Credits visit: www.rosebrooks.org/how-to-help/tax-credit/
Please visit our website for more information, or contact Marla Svoboda,
Chief Development Officer, with any questions about gifts at firstname.lastname@example.org
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