Explore the many ways to make a difference by giving to the UT System. If you have any questions or if we can help in any way, please contact us at (512) 499-4777 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
It's easy to give online through our secure system. Or you may call (512) 499-4777 or (866) 883-6667 to make a gift with your Visa, MasterCard or American Express card.
Cash gifts may be made outright or pledged for payment over a period of years.
Please make checks payable to The University of Texas System or The UT System and mail to:
Office of Development and Gift Planning Services
210 West 6th Street, Suite 1.200
Austin, Texas 78701
Gifts in the form of appreciated securities provide many benefits. Supporters may receive an income tax deduction equal to the fair market value of the securities, as well as reducing or eliminating capital gains taxes. Gifts of stocks and mutual funds are coordinated by the UT System Office of Development and Gift Planning Services and proceeds from the sale of these assets will be directed to any program you wish.
Gifts made to memorialize or honor individuals require no minimum dollar amount. An acknowledgement letter will be provided.
An outright gift of real estate or promissory note can provide the supporter with a charitable income tax deduction for the fair market value of the gifted property. Visit the Real Estate Office homepage.
Many corporations will match gifts made by their employees and associates. Please check with your human resource office to determine if your employer sponsors such a program. If a matching gift program exists, it is generally the supporter’s responsibility to obtain the form or instructions from the human resource office to file for matching gift funds.
Valuable collections such as works of art, rare books, paintings or antiques may be gifted and also result in tax benefits.
For more information, please contact us at (512) 499-4777 or email@example.com .
The University of Texas Foundation was created to receive unconventional gifts, such as real estate, personal property, leases, working interests, oil royalties and even automobiles, aircraft or boats; annuities; and grants in support of the UT System and its institutions.