There are many ways to make your gift to UTS! In addition to the Annual Fund, consider making a tribute gift to a loved one, classmate or favourite teacher, become a monthly donor or make a planned gift.



Make a gift online for a one-time gift or a monthly gift. Click here to make your gift now.

Call 416-978-3919 to make a gift over the phone using your credit card.

Cheques made payable to "University of Toronto Schools" can be sent to: UTS Office of Advancement, University of Toronto Schools, 121-371 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 2R7

Visit us in the Office of Advancement, room 121.

You may make your gift through the U of T online here.  If you would like help with an alternative method through the University of Toronto (e.g. cheque, securities, mutual funds or bequests), Carole Zamroutian at or (416) 946-5768 would be happy to help you.  

Shares, bonds, bills, warrants, and/or futures traded in Canadian, American or major international exchanges can be donated to UTS. Gifts of stocks and securities do not incur the capital gains tax. A tax receipt will be issued for the full appreciated value of the gift. The receipt value will be based on the closing trading price on the day that the gift is received by UTS. Download the UTS Gift of Stocks & Securities transfer form

Mutual funds can be donated to UTS through the University of Toronto.  A tax receipt will be issued for the full appreciated value of the gift. The receipt value will be based on the closing trading price on the day that the gift is received by the University of Toronto. Please contact Christine Santos in the Office of Advancement for assistance at or 416.978.3919.

Leave your legacy with a planned gift - a donation that you arrange now to be realized in the future. Planned gifts include gifts in your will, gifts of life insurance, annuities, retirement funds and charitable remainder trusts. Learn more about your options here.

You can designate UTS as a beneficiary or co-beneficiary on an existing life insurance policy and your estate will receive a tax credit. Or you may transfer a new life insurance policy to UTS and receive a tax receipt for your annual premiums. Carole Zamroutian at or (416) 946-5768 would be happy to help you with the details.

Many employers match charitable contributions made by their employees. In addition, many companies will also match the donations of spouses, directors, retirees and widows. Ask your Human Resources department if your company participates in a matching gift program. When you send in a matching gift form along with your donation, you double your gift to UTS.

Many of our donors choose to honour a teacher, family member or other special people in their lives by making a commemorative gift. When you make a gift in another person's name, the honouree is notified and, for gifts of $20 or more, you receive a charitable tax receipt. More importantly, both you and your honouree can take pride in the fact that your support is helping UTS deliver a transformative education to current and future students. Complete our online donation form to make a commemorative gift.

Non-monetary gifts‐in‐kind include, but are not limited to, musical instruments, books, supplies, and real estate. In order for a tax receipt to be issued, UTS or the donor must be able to establish the fair market value of the gift. In some cases, an independent written appraisal may be required. UTS reserves the right to refuse gifts that are not of benefit to UTS or gifts that UTS cannot preserve or display in an appropriate fashion, e.g. gifts of cultural property. All gifts-in-kind must be arranged through the Office of Advancement. For more information, contact Christine Santos in the Office of Advancement at or 416-978-3919.

For those of you who give to United Way through your corporate programs or otherwise, please note that you can designate UTS as the designate charity. Be sure to let us know that you have made your gift at 416-946-5768 / so that we may recognize your donation.

Residents of the United States:

UTS alumni and their family members who are citizens or residents of the United States may donate directly to the University of Toronto for UTS and use the University of Toronto tax receipt for their U.S. income tax returns under the Canada-United States Income Tax Convention. 

a) Online donations may be made at

b) Cheques, payable to University of Toronto should be mailed to the UTS Office of Advancement,121-371 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 2R7.

c) U of T also accepts gifts of securities for UTS. To arrange an in-kind gift of securities, the first step is to contact Martha Drake at / 416-946-0097 or Carole Zamroutian at / 416-946-5768.

American citizens or residents who are not alumni or related to alumni of the University of Toronto, as well as corporations, foundations, estates and trusts requiring a U.S. tax receipt for a charity located within the US, can contribute to UTS through The Associates of the University of Toronto, Inc., established in 1947 to facilitate donations. The Associates is a not-for-profit organization recognized under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, Section 501(c)(3). For more information on giving to U of T through the Associates, please call toll free 1-800-699-1736 or e-mail

Stewardship:  Donors will be stewarded by both the University of Toronto and UTS for gifts made through U of T or the Associates of the University of Toronto. Please note that the time for UTS to receive and acknowledge these gifts will be from two to six months.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Carole Zamroutian, Associate Director, Advancement, UTS
T:  416-946-5768

Residents of the United Kingdom: UK taxpayers can donate online through the UK Fund for Charities. Visit  and select University of Toronto Schools from the options. Donations to the UK Fund for Charities from UK taxpayers are tax deductible to the extent allowed by UK law. The UK Fund for Charities issues a tax receipt directly to you. Please remember to tick the "Gift Aid Box". Gifts of stock, securities and bequests can also be processed through the Fund. UTS will receive the grant from the UK Fund for Charities and will recognize you as the donor.



Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge the land we are situated on is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We also acknowledge that the land is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.



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