Our program is creating a lasting change that will affect not only the lives of the mothers we serve and the lives of their children, but also the generations that will follow.
We appreciate the SIZE OF THE GAP between poverty & homelessness to living wage jobs & economic security.
We are willing to stand in the gap by providing the basic needs and providing innovative, practical solutions that empower homeless, low-income, single mothers to reach economic self-sufficiency.
The strategic program is in place and already creating amazing results!
All we need now is for people like you to agree to “stand in the gap” with us.
Please give your most generous contribution TODAY to help us provide for the basic needs of these families while the mothers focus on becoming self-sufficient.
Please note the location you’d like your donation to be dedicated to in the Memo section on the Donate Form, if applicable.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: All donations of $100 or more qualify for an additional 50% bonus tax credit from the State of Missouri. (while credits are available)
Tax credits SIGNIFICANTLY reduce the “net cost “of your charitable contribution.
Assuming an individual or business earns $200,000 of taxable income:
-$ 5,000 MO Maternity Home state tax credit
-$ 300 state tax deduction
-$ 1,850 federal tax deduction
$2,850 out of pocket expense
*Tax deductions may vary based on individual tax rates.
St. Raymond’s Society provided practical, realistic support at a time in my life when there didn’t seem to be any options for me and my daughter besides day-to-day survival. We wouldn’t be where we are today without the help we received. I am exceedingly grateful.
I found that SRS was the gold standard.
I have found a job and been able to continue my education with a roof over my head thank to St. Raymond's Society.
Giving a hand up instead of a hand out . . . helping someone stand on their own two feet . . . now that’s something that my wife and I believe in. We’ve worked hard to have what we have and we want to help others have nice things too. St. Raymond’s Society is teaching these young ladies how to work for what they want. With grit and determination. By the time they leave that House they are going to know how to get things done.