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Money Smart Week

In observance of Financial Literacy Month, learn more about your personal finance through resources from U of M and the University Libraries, and other online sources!

Greater Memphis Community Resources

Greater Memphis Area Financial Resources


Bank on Memphis

A public-private partnership between the City of Memphis, Shelby County government, financial institutions and nonprofits to encourage the unbanked to establish an account at a mainstream financial institution.


Career Resources


Church Health Memphis

A faith-based nonprofit providing comprehensive health care and health services to those with little to no access to healthcare in the Greater Memphis community. Church Health is also helping to promote overall wellness in Memphis, with programming ranging from cooking classes to meditation events. 


Greater Memphis Financial Empowerment Center

The GMFEC offers all residents of Shelby County free access to professional financial advisers.


Memphis Area Transit Authority

Access all information, schedules, maps, routes, and much more for public transportation in Memphis.


Memphis Light, Gas & Water

Get all the information you need about your utility services.


Mid-South Food Bank

Whether you are in need of assistance or looking to lend a helping hand, visit or contact the Mid-South Food Bank to help eliminate hunger in Memphis.


Tennessee Electronic Library

The Tennessee Electronic Library provides free virtual resources to all Tennesseans, ranging from ebooks, scholarly articles, test prep materials, primary source materials, videos, podcasts, and so much more.


United Housing

A nonprofit affordable housing agency that strives to provide quality living arrangements to the Mid-South, through education, mortgage lending, home building and renovation, and partnerships with other organizations in the area.


United Way

The mission of the United Way throughout the nation is to improve the quality of life in every community, by working to connect communities to the resources available to them. 

  • Mid South United Way
  • Memphis Public Libraries 2-1-1 Resources
    2-1-1 is the number to call for community resources when you or someone you know is in need. The phone line is for more immediate help, but through the United Way's partnership with Memphis Public Libraries, the link above provides a full database of resources.


Veteran Support Services

A comprehensive list of veteran support services at the University of Memphis and in the Greater Memphis community.


Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

Free tax help to anyone making $54,000 annually or less, persons with disabilities, the elderly, and persons with limited English speaking abilities.