Your gift allows us to continue to provide life enriching services to people with disabilities. You can make a donation by phone, fax, mail or online.
To make a donation:
By phone, please call (636) 970-2800.
By fax, please print and complete the printable donation form and fax to (636) 970-2810.
By mail, please print and complete the printable donation form and mail with your check or credit card information to Development Department, Community Living, Inc., 1040 St. Peters Howell Road, St. Peters, MO 63376.
Online, please click here for our online donation form.
Memorials and Honorariums
Any monetary contribution to Community Living can be designated in memory or honor of a person or in celebration of a special occasion. To make a memorial or honorarium gift online, please complete that section on the online donation form. To make one by fax or mail, please complete that section on the printable donation form.
Employee Matching Gifts
Many companies offer matching charitable gift programs. Please verify with your company to find out if your gift to Community Living is eligible for a match!
Government Employee Giving Program
Community Living is a recipient of the Combined Federal Campaign. To designate your gift to CLI, please use agency code 29176.
We are also a recipient of the Missouri State Employees Charitable Campaign. To designate your gift to Community Living, please use campaign code 5033.
We are grateful for the ongoing support of government employees.
Gifts of Securities
Community Living is able to accept gifts of securities. Securities that have increased greatly in value make great charitable gifts.
Why pay taxes if you don't have to? A charitable gift of stock completely avoids the long-term capital gains tax, allowing the full value of the asset to be put to use, while also allowing you to deduct the full market value of the securities.
If an asset 1) has been held for more than one year, 2) has appreciated in value and 3) otherwise will be sold, a gift of the asset itself is likely to be more advantageous than a cash gift.
Example: Frank gives Community Living shares of publicly traded stock he has held for more than one year in lieu of selling the stock. The fair market value is $15,000; the original cost, $3,000. His marginal federal income tax rate is 28 percent, and he is not subject to state or local income taxes. Frank has tax savings of $6,000 by avoiding capital gains tax ($12,000 x 15% = $1,800) and receiving an income tax deduction ($15,000 x 28% = $4,200), plus he has made a gift of $15,000 to provide life enriching services to people with disabilities.
Gifts of appreciated securities can also be used to provide long-term benefits to Community Living by establishing a fund in the donor’s name or by donating to the endowment fund.
To make a gift to Community Living or for more information, please call (636) 970-2800.