Drop off guidelines
Donations are received M-F, 10am-1pm. Please drop off all donations in the alley behind the building, which is where our entrance is. The alley can be accessed from Flora Place.
If you need to set up a donation drop-off outside of those hours, please contact the office at 314-776-1410 and we will work with you to find another time.
Gifts to Isaiah 58 Ministries are tax-deductible. When you donate, simply ask us for a receipt for tax purposes.
Gifts of food may also be eligible for the Missouri Food Pantry Tax Credit.
“Any taxpayer (individual, corporation, or trust) that makes a donation of cash or food supplies to a local food pantry, homeless shelter, or soup kitchen may receive a credit of up to $2,500 per taxpayer, per year. The taxpayer may take a credit of 50 percent of their donations.” More information about the tax credit.
To obtain your tax credit form, simply call the office (314-776-1410), email Brenda ([email protected]g), or print out the form, fill it out, and bring it into the office for Brenda to sign.
Please contact Meredith Jackson ([email protected] or 314-776-1410) for assistance in coordinating a donation drive.
Suggested Donation Lists
Bag of Blessings
Our calendar of regularly-requested items. Our Bag of Blessings list provides a monthly guide for churches, organizations, or individuals who are interested in contributing toward our primary needs. Each month includes a food item, a pantry essential item, a personal care item, and a cleaning supply item.
This year’s Bag of Blessings schedule.
Monthly shopping lists are often used as a worship bulletin insert or handout.
Our major hygiene needs are included in the Bag of Blessings above.
Green Bags (Menstrual Hygiene Kits)
Our green bags provide families with the monthly health products that they need. Download our Green Bag Guide.
The Clothing Room has become a favorite spot for our guests, allowing them to shop cash-free for “like new” clothing once a month.
The room has clothing and shoes for children, women, and men that have been donated by our generous sponsors. Items should be clean and in a gently worn state (no stains, holes, or tears) and all sizes are needed.
Due to our lack of storage space and the desire to hang seasonable appropriate items, donated clothing should be wearable in the current season or the next season (ie: in winter we accept winter, in late winter we accept spring clothes, etc.). We do not carry adult pajamas or underwear.
There is a coat drive in November allowing a guest the opportunity to select a coat. The Clothing Room allows our guests the joy of a shopping trip for needed and desired clothes for themselves and family members.
- Shirts – casual and dress
- Sweaters and jackets
- Jeans and slacks
- Athletic pants
- Socks (new)
- Athletic shoes
- Dress shoes
- Casual and dressy tops
- Sweaters and jackets
- Capris and shorts (in season)
- Athletic clothes
- Skirts and dresses
- Shoes and purses