Fundraising events are an impactful way to engage colleagues, customers, and community leaders while supporting important causes at the region’s only academic medical center. Each year the medical center hosts events designed to help meet the community’s needs through philanthropic support. Some of the recipients of previous initiatives include the area’s only Level I Trauma Center, the Heart Lung Vascular Institute and cancer research. Contact the Development Office to learn more about sponsorship opportunities and how to get involved.
Join us for our 7th Annual, but first ever,
VIRTUAL Comedy for a Cause event, featuring
comedian, Karen Mills. Comedy for a Cause
is a fun evening of laughter and fellowship
benefiting the Gynecologic Cancers Education
and Research Fund at The University of
Tennessee Medical Center Cancer Institute.
This year, enjoy the show from the comfort of
your home, as we are taking this event to the
world wide web!
Registration is complimentary. Click here to
Click here for more information on sponsoring this impactful event!
TEE Up for Trauma, now in its 15th year, is a fun day of golfing and networking with over 100 individuals from the area’s business and healthcare community, hosted at Cherokee Country Club, home to one of Knoxville’s finest golf courses. Benefiting the Trauma Survivors Network (TSN) at The University of Tennessee Medical Center. The TSN is a community of patients and families looking to connect with one another and rebuild their lives after a traumatic injury.
Click here for sponsorship information on this impactful event.
Join us for the 13th Annual, 1st ever VIRTUAL, Man Run presented by Regal!
It’s like a traditional race —friendly competition, t‑shirts, finish line selfies—only you pick the route! Even though we are unable to host an in person race, we can still get together virtually. Create a team a team and challenge friends to join you virtually!
As always, 100% of the proceeds stay in East Tennessee for prostate cancer and men’s health research, outreach and educational programs provided by the Cancer Institute and urologists at The University of Tennessee Medical Center. Support from this event has helped provide over 5,000 free prostate cancer screenings.
Click here to register today!
Click here for sponsorship information.