Working together with Indigenous Peoples


How we help support Indigenous communities

National Indigenous History Month

As a part of our fundamental values that guide our support for our customers, colleagues and communities, every June, we honour the culture and history of Indigenous Peoples. Through colleague-focused events in the Bank and various community initiatives supported by the TD Ready Commitment like Luminato and the SOCAN Foundation, we're helping bring people together to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' arts and culture. Find a local community TD-supported event in our TD Community Events Calendar.

Frontier College

Since 2013, we’ve supported Frontier College and their Summer Literacy Youth Camps. Frontier College collaborates with 250 Indigenous communities, coast-to-coast, to help build children’s love of reading and improve educational outcomes for Indigenous youth. To date, the program has reached 54,000 children and distributed over 225,000 books.

Other initiatives we support


Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Culture

TD Gallery of Indigenous Art

The TD Gallery of Indigenous Art and reflects the diversity of experiences as part of our goal to help advance Truth and Reconciliation. (Image: Jordan Bennett)

TD Music

We see music as a conversation-starter that helps bring communities together and foster belonging. That’s why we support music initiatives to help amplify the diverse voices.

See our Community Events calendar

Find a wide variety of events supported by TD in communities across Canada that help to bring people together through arts, culture, and more.

Explore more about the TD Ready Commitment

Vibrant Planet

We are committed to supporting environmental initiatives to help people and economies thrive.

Financial Security

We support access to tools and programs that help people feel confident about their finances.

Better Health

We are committed to supporting equitable health outcomes for all.

Connected Communities

We are committed to helping people participate and feel included in their community.

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