Tax Credits Increase in July

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Great news about Missouri Domestic Violence Tax Credits! The amount of credit a donor receives will increase from 50% to 70%, beginning July 1, 2022. If you are an individual or business that has Missouri tax liability, and give more than $100 to Rose Brooks Center throughout the year, you can receive a 70% tax credit. Please note that tax credit applications have to be submitted within one year of the gift.

Applying for a tax credit only requires you to fill out less than 10 fields on the application. Fill it out, sign it, provide proof of the donation, then mail in the original to Rose Brooks Center – and you’re done. To learn more about tax credits, read frequently asked questions, or to download an application please visit: www.rosebrooks.org/how-to-help/tax-credit/.

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.

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Rose Brooks Center is about saving lives. Read letters from the CEO, stories about featured programs, and more here.
Serving patients experiencing domestic violence in the safety of local hospitals and clinics.
Offering a wide variety of services to support the emotional and physical well-being of children who are healing from domestic violence.
Since 2001, Rose Brooks Center has been providing quality domestic violence education to the Kansas City community and beyond.
Advocating for and guiding survivors through complex court systems.
Helping survivors repair the effects of economic abuse through credit repair, budgeting, and education.
Providing a safe sanctuary where individuals, families, and pets are welcomed, wrapped in support, and can begin to heal.
Employment Advocacy includes developing job interview skills, job search, and ongoing support to survivors in maintaining employment.
Providing confidential support, information, individual safety planning, resources, and more. The 24-hour Hotline is 816-861-6100.
Helping survivors find safe, affordable housing and gain economic stability within a safe home, free from violence.
On-site medical and healthcare services within the safety of emergency shelter.
An on-site state-of-the art pet shelter for dogs, cats, and other family pets.
Providing advocacy services for victims of domestic violence and education for officers to improve victims safety.
A school-based violence prevention program working to end the cycle of domestic violence by providing support to youth dealing with violence at home or communities.
Stories about our incredible volunteers and the work they do to support our mission.