The TNFLC operates primarily through donations from businesses and individuals dedicated to improving the financial culture of Tennessee.
"Your support has been an integral part of the significant achievements in financial education across Tennessee. We at the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission thank our supporters wholeheartedly, and look forward to another great year of providing meaningful educational opportunities to Tennesseans."
- Treasurer David H. Lillard, Jr.
Your support helps provide all Tennesseans with a solid foundation of financial understanding, allowing them to better navigate complexities of today’s financial world.
To date, the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission has worked to provide access to The Vault—Understanding Money interactive online program to more than 179 Tennessee elementary and middle schools and 25,847 students.
The Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission recognizes the importance of sound financial practices and education for Tennesseans of all ages and has accomplished the following through the program to date:
The Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission is a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit corporation, operating primarily through donations from businesses and individuals dedicated to improving the financial culture of Tennessee.
If you are interested in donating to the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission, please contact Bill Parker, Director of the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission, at (615) 532-5892 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contribute using one of the methods below.
Checks or money orders may be made out to the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission and mailed to the following address:
Tennessee Financial Literacy CommissionPO Box 198782Nashville, TN 37219-8782
You may also make a secure donation to the Tennessee Financial Education Commission online using PayPal.
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The Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission (TNFLC) is a registered Tennessee Nonprofit Corporation and operates as a public charity under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Application for formal recognition as a 501(c)(3) organization is pending. Because TNFLC is also an instrumentality of the State of Tennessee, donations are currently tax-deductible under IRC 170(c)(1).
As a public charity, the IRS requires TNFLC to keep records of donors. Accordingly, all donations to TNFLC must contain your name and address. TNFLC will not publicize the names of donors, but upon request TNFLC may release such information under the Tennessee Open Records Act.
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