Cash Gifts

Gifts made through currency, money orders, checks, credit cards and electronic transfer are considered cash gifts. This is one of the most common ways to give.

Why

Cash gifts go to work immediately on the program or area you designate. Check with your employer as they may provide a matching gift benefit that can double or triple your impact.

How

Cash gifts can be made online, through a wire transfer or mailed to the UT Foundation.

Instructions for making a cash gift

Make a gift online

Mail a check to the UT Foundation, 1525 University Ave., Knoxville, TN 37921.

Make a gift through wire transfer. Find specific instructions below.

For wire transfers, please provide the following information to your financial institution for gifts to the UT Foundation:

Bank: First Horizon Bank, N.A., Memphis, Tennessee
Routing Number: 064207195 (ACH Transfers)
ABA Number: 084000026 (Wire Transfers)
Swift Code: FTBMUS44 (International Wire Transfers)
Account Name: University of Tennessee Foundation
Checking Account Number: 220002935583

Please send the following information to your development officer or wires@utfi.org:

Name(s) and Address or other contact information that needs to be updated, if applicable
Dollar amount to be transferred
Purpose of the gift or the specific account name or allocation

Important: The date of gift is the date the transfer is received in UTFI’s account, not the date the transfer leaves the donor’s account. Please allow 24 hours and often as much as 72 hours for transfers to be completed. Please ensure that the donor is aware of the time lag.

Questions can be directed to wires@utfi.org.

Connect with UT Foundation Development Officers

UT Chattanooga
(423) 425-4232

UT Health Science Center
(901) 448-5516

UT Knoxville
(865) 974-3011

UT Martin
(731) 881-7610

UT Southern
(931) 363-9825

UT Institute of Agriculture
(865) 974-5779

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