Your donations make all of the difference to the women and children treated at Queen of Peace Center. Through your donations we are able to provide behavioral healthcare to women with addictions and their children.
Queen of Peace Center accepts donations Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 4:30pm
Donations cannot be accepted over the weekend
For more information contact:
Patricia Seeler at email@example.com or at 314-531-0511 ext. 108
Wash or dry clean clothing
Test electrical equipment and battery-operated items
Include all pieces and parts to children’s games and toys
Leave items unattended outside a collection center
Donate broken or soiled items
Give items that have been recalled, banned, or do not meet current safety standards
For more information about questionable items, visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Monetary Donations may be sent to:
Queen of Peace Center
ATTN: Patricia Seeler
325 N. Newstead
St. Louis, MO 63108
314-531-0511, ext. 108
Queen of Peace Center is a non-profit organization and all contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law. In addition, all contributions to QOPC of $100.00 or more are eligible for a 50% Missouri State Tax Credit under special Missouri statute for eligible maternity homes.
Queen of Peace Center qualifies for the State of Missouri “Maternity Home Tax Credit” program enacted under state statute ß135.600 R.S. Mo.
Missouri State 50% tax credits are available to any Missouri taxpayer, whether an individual, corporation, firm or S corporation doing business in the state of Missouri and subject to Missouri state income tax.
Any portion of the tax credit unused in the year donated is subject to carry forward to the next succeeding four (4) taxable years.
These tax credits are non-transferable.
The Maternity Home Tax Credit was expanded, effective January 1, 2001 to include not only cash donations, but stocks, bonds, other marketable securities or real property (generally, land and any permanent improvements thereon). Since Queen of Peace Center has no facilities to deal with real property and improvements, it is not accepting contributions of real property without prior approval of its Board of Directors regarding valuation and disposition.
The minimum allowable cash contribution or fair market value is $100, the maximum allowable contribution is $100,000, resulting in a direct credit against Missouri state income taxes due in the year donated of $50 and $50,000 respectively.
The total contribution may also be claimed in full (100%) as a charitable deduction on both federal tax and Missouri state tax returns.