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Our holistic approach leads to lasting change. Your support helps with everything from early childhood education to helping a single mom close on her first home to supporting senior living services in the 24:1 community. Join us in making entire communities better places to live.
To learn more, receive a tour of our community, or make a stock donation:
please call Becky Moss
You can sell your stock and donate what's left over after you pay capital gains tax, or you can donate securities directly so you get a bigger deduction and the charity gets a bigger donation.
Making a gift of stock? Please fill out the information below to receive instructions.
If you have any questions, please contact Becky Moss at (314) 533-0600
Employers often match employee donations to charitable institutions. If your organization has a matching gifts program, please fill out the proper paperwork for submission to Beyond Housing.
Placing Beyond Housing in your will, trust, or annuity ensures that Beyond Housing’s work will continue for generations to come. To find out what may be right for your situation, please contact Becky Moss (314) 533-0600.
Beyond Housing’s Hawthorne Society is a group of influential contributors who support the organization with annual contributions of $1,000 or more. The goal is to spread the word about Beyond Housing’s mission, vision, and impact on the 24:1 community and motivate others to support Beyond Housing’s work.
Schnucks eScrip program is a great way to support Beyond Housing at no cost to you. Schnucks will donate up to 3% of your monthly purchases to Beyond Housing.
Simply visit the customer service counter at your local Schnucks store to pick up a card today. Then, activate the card for Beyond Housing (Code 50006316) and present your card to the cashier each time you shop. If you already have a card activated for another organization, you can add Beyond Housing to your current card.
Thank you for your interest in Beyond Housing! Beyond Housing provides a wealth of services to residents of the 24:1 Community, the municipalities that encompass the Normandy Schools Collaborative. The families we serve are working hard to achieve a better life for themselves and for their children.
Purchasing items from our wish list is a great way to support these families. For example, our Housing Resource Coordination program provides affordable rental homes to low-income families. Wish list items, like cleaning supplies and household maintenance items, will be used to create welcome home baskets. Our Family Engagement Liaisons program provides each school in the Normandy Schools Collaborative with a staff person who can help students and families navigate much needed resources. Wish list items such as winter coats, backpacks and toiletries will help our staff better serve these students.
The items listed below are needed year-round. For health and safety reasons we ask that all donations be of new, unused items. Your donations are welcomed and appreciated.
One way to purchase these items is through our Amazon Wish List
Donations can be dropped off at Beyond Housing from 8 am – 5 pm, Monday through Friday. Please call the front desk at 314-533-0600 prior to arriving to ensure our offices are open.
For more information regarding our Wish List program please email email@example.com
Beyond Housing is registered with the Missouri Attorney General’s Office, Check a Charity Program.
Beyond Housing has been approved by the Department of Economic Development, through the Missouri Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) to offer to tax credits to Missouri businesses or individuals with Missouri business income. The NAP tax credits allow a qualified donor to reduce their Missouri tax liability by 50% of their total contribution. NAP credits will be offered to donors making a gift of $2,500 or more.
If you are interested, or would like to find out more information, please call Becky Moss, Chief Development Officer, at 314-376-5827 or email firstname.lastname@example.org