All taxpayers may take a charitable deduction of up to $300 per individual in 2020, even if you do not itemize on your return.
It’s simple to make a stock gift, just contact our Director of Development, Ellen Reed-Fox.
Individuals age 70½ and older may transfer up to $100,000 annually from their IRA accounts directly to OFS without recognizing the distribution as income on their tax returns. Contact our Director of Development, Ellen Reed-Fox.
NOTE: Required Minimum Distributions have been temporarily suspended for the 2020 tax year.
Email Ellen or call (314) 451-1950
If so, you can designate Operation Food Search (CODE 98440) as your charity to support through the Combined Federal Campaign. Contact Judy Coyman, Director of Annual Giving.
Email Judy or call (314) 325-1292
Donate on a recurring basis by designating a checking account or a credit card for your contributions. When you donate monthly, you join a very special community of OFS supporters who ensure consistent access to the funds needed to heal hunger.
Honor a loved one or recognize someone special while helping solve the problem of hunger in a directly impactful way. Make your gift online or by mail, and the individual or family you are honoring will receive a personalized notecard from OFS notifying them of your memorial or tribute gift (but not the amount). All gifts of $50 or more will be posted quarterly on our Memorials and Tributes web page.
Create a legacy through your estate plans that helps OFS heal hunger for generations to come.
When you invest in our endowment, you are investing in the region and its people. The long-term impact of your gift ensures it will go beyond providing immediate hunger relief to strengthen the community itself.
Many employers match gifts and volunteer hours made by employees. Find out if your company has a matching gift program at our link below.