Ways to Give
When you donate to CASA of St. Louis, you are helping advocate for the best interests of children who have experienced abuse or neglect. You are also helping build and support a movement of individuals who work tirelessly to ensure every child in foster care who needs an advocate will have one.
By clicking the “Donate Now” button below, you can make a secure one-time credit card donation or choose a monthly recurring gift to help fund the work of STLCASA throughout the year. You will also be given the option to make your gift in memory or in honor of a loved one.
To donate by mail, send a check payable
“CASA of St. Louis” to:
CASA of St. Louis
P.O. Box 16611 | St. Louis, MO 63105
CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS
When you give, be sure to check if your employer offers a matching gift program. Many companies support the philanthropic efforts of their employees by matching all or part of their charitable gifts, effectively doubling your giving power.
TEXT TO GIVE
Text “Give” to (314) 310-6123 and you will be texted back with simple step-by-step instructions to make a donation to CASA of St. Louis using your smartphone.
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE
CASA of St. Louis gladly accepts gifts from donor advised funds, donations of stocks, bonds, and other securities as well as in-kind gifts. If you have questions about any of these or about planned giving or event sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at email@example.com.
All donations to CASA of St. Louis are tax deductible, and donors whose gifts total $100 or more in a calendar year are also eligible for Missouri’s Champion for Children state income tax credit of up to 50%! Check with your tax professional to see how you can benefit from this program.
We appreciate your consideration of including CASA of St. Louis in your estate plans. Planned Giving takes many forms, providing additional income for you and/or your heirs, reducing income and estate taxes, relieving you and your heirs of complicated financial management responsibilities and helping you to fulfill your personal, humanitarian and charitable objectives.
We strongly encourage you to consult with a professional such as a financial planner, tax accountant and/or a lawyer to discuss your Planned Giving options further. The following are a few ways Planned Giving can be structured:
One of the simplest planned gifts is a bequest through your will in which you designate either a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your estate after other disbursements. A bequest can also reduce the amount of your taxable estate, which may increase the actual amount available to loved ones.
CASA of St. Louis can be named as the beneficiary of a new or existing life insurance policy. If CASA of St. Louis is also named as the owner of the policy, all of the donor’s premium payments are charitable deductions.
Gain significant tax benefits by naming CASA of St. Louis as residual beneficiary of retirement plan assets. This option allows a donor to defer a gift to the end of his or her lifetime, reduce the size of the estate, and meet charitable objectives.
CASA of St. Louis can be named as the ultimate beneficiary of a charitable remainder trust or the income beneficiary of a charitable lead trust. Both are highly effective estate planning tools that can benefit the donor now or later.