Thank you for considering
a tax-deductible donation to the St. Louis Area Foodbank! If you would like to
donate through our secure online donation page, please
here. If you would prefer to
send a check via traditional mail, please read below. If you have any questions,
please feel free contact Verletta Cole at 314/292-5393 or by e-mail at
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The St. Louis Area Foodbank depends and relies upon support from individuals. We can
only afford the cost of ending hunger with the help of people like you.
Please join the St. Louis Area
Foodbank by making a tax-deductible donation.
Simply make your check payable to St. Louis Area Foodbank and send
St. Louis Area Foodbank
70 Corporate Woods Drive
St. Louis, MO 63044
donors are concerned how efficiently
non-profit organizations use their contributions. We are proud that our
audited financial statements show that the St. Louis Area Foodbank spends 97% of
its funds on food distribution (see chart). Please click
here to see our full 2006 Report to the Community
[requires Adobe Acrobat Reader,
click here for free download).
The St. Louis Area Foodbank meets
the BBB's "20 Standards of Charity Accountability."
The information you share with the St. Louis Area Foodbank is for organizational use
only and is never shared, sold, or bartered with any other entity.
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|The pie chart above is excerpted from
audited financial statements. The complete set of audited financial statements and
the report thereon of Anders Minkler & Diehl LLP, our
independent accountants, are available upon request by
contacting the offices of the St. Louis Area Foodbank, Inc.
Thank you for your
continued, caring support of your hungry neighbors in need.
the Foodbank through Planned Giving
some of our donors, a planned gift is the perfect way to express support for our
hunger-relief efforts. Planned gifts help us to secure and distribute food and
groceries to those in need, raise public awareness of hunger in our country, and promote
viable solutions to hunger and waste.
Planned gifts often provide financial benefits to the donor, too.
Tax savings, current cash payments, supplemental support for family and friends --
these and other benefits are available depending on a donor's circumstances and
A planned gift results from the
donor's careful consideration of a number of important factors, including the purpose of
the gift, the assets to be used to fund the gift, the gift's timing, its effect on
income-tax and estate-tax planning, and its impact on the donor's family members and
friends. A planned gift is best made with the counsel of one's financial advisors,
such as your attorney, accountant, banker, financial planner or insurance professional.
For more information on planned giving
to the Foodbank, please contact Verletta Cole
292-5393 or via e-mail at