Feed St. Mary’s desires to provide quality food to the Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens in St. Mary’s County without imposing overhead costs. To do so, Feed St. Mary’s must rely on the generosity of our community. We need your support to alleviate hunger in St. Mary’s County.
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Your direct financial support helps to pay necessary Feed St. Mary’s operating expenses such as utilities, supplies, insurance, and repairs. Your donation also goes towards buying food to support our food pantries and soup kitchens.
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Feed St. Mary’s
The mailing address is:
Feed St. Mary’s, Inc.
P.O. Box 212
Lexington Park, Md. 20653
Feed St. Mary’s is an IRS designated 501c3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible and support Feed St Mary’s 100%.
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Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act
(CARES Act) (S. 748)
Congressional and Administration negotiators reached agreement on the Phase 3 COVID-19 economic stimulus bill early Wednesday morning and just released the legislative text this hour. The Senate and House hope to pass the $2 trillion legislation as quickly as possible.
What’s in the Bill for Nonprofits
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) (S. 748) provides significant funding for businesses, hospitals, schools, and social support programs, among many other things. Below are key nonprofit issues of sector-wide interest on which advocates have been most active. These are based on an initial analysis of the nearly 900-page bill. More details may become apparent with more thorough analysis.
Charitable Giving Incentive: Includes a new above-the-line deduction (universal or non-itemizer deduction that applies to all taxpayers) for total charitable contributions of up to $300. The incentive applies to contributions made in 2020 and would be claimed on tax forms next year. Section 2204. The bill also lifts the existing cap on annual contributions for those who itemize, raising it from 60 percent of adjusted gross income to 100 percent. For corporations, the bill raises the annual limit from 10 percent to 25 percent. Food donations from corporations would be available to 25 percent, up from the current 15 percent cap. Section 2205.